It's rare to be moved to tears by the music and memories invoked in a documentary about musicians I really wasn't that familiar with, but this doc and music were that powerful. I had a passing awareness of the Bee Gees as a dated disco band that were hot for a minute. This is so far from true, and this doc did a great job of representing the beautiful depth and harmonies with the versatility they really never got due credit for. Eric Clapton was right, they were actually an r & b band that hadn't sorted it out. They peaked, seemed to end, then came back again more beautiful and soulful than ever. Yeah, they did Staying Alive, but I had forgotten how much more they had done, and done it very well. It was especially emotional bc it is kind of the soundtrack for a gentler time in my life, so many memories! A lot of music was covered, but I found myself wishing they had included many more songs. One in particular I'm still looking for, in fact, it was why I sought out this documentary. I had awoken from a dream about this song, I have no idea what it's called, it was not a blockbuster hit, and the hook was basically "Dee Dee Dee Dee Dee Dee, Dee Dee Dee DEE Dee, Dee Dee". Lyrics.com brings up nothing, of course. I know the tune, the hook and the band, but no idea when this was even performed, and now it's haunting me. The songs in my dreams are like that, they tend to be obscure songs I haven't heard in a very long time, and when I find them, there's nearly ALWAYS a message for me there. I have a whole playlist of them, and when I find it, this obscure BeeGees song will be included for sure. Anyway, I'm frustrated by that, but VERY happy that my dream led to watching an absolutely incredible documentary about a very underrated band.