1 star for production value, 3 stars for Clint. Firstly: terrible audio. The post-production audio engineer should have been fired. The volume level of the narration is about 3 times louder than that of the interviewees. That's something you learn in the first few weeks of ANY class having to do with audio-visual production. I'm talking at the high school level, not to mention the collegiate level. So by the time you reach a professional level, this kind of mistake is absolutely unforgivable. Basically this forces the viewer either to constantly adjust the volume on the remote control, or just grit his/her teeth and put up with the super-loud narration in order to properly hear what is said by everyone else featured in the documentary. Secondly, the overall quality of the documentary is, at best, generic and basic. Nearly everything in this film is covered in other documentaries, but done much better. Lastly, there is nothing wrong with the narrator's style of delivery or the tone of his voice, etc.... except that it's ill-suited for this production. Meaning, I don't wish to denigrate him personally; his voice just feels miss-cast for this particular piece.