Interesting but self-promotional
Cathy from Kildare, 18 Feb 2009
I'm not a Dixie Chicks fan - in fact I only really heard about them as a result of the backlash against them in the US - but this was an interesting watch if you like seeing just how neo-Fascist the 'patriotism' in the US become post 9-11. However, this was more promo than documentary and the Chicks aren't the brave champions of free speech no matter what the cost that they would like to sell themselves as.
Holly from Wicklow, 25 Jan 2011
You get a real insight into the Dixie Chicks themselves and who they are as people as well as an insight into what it was like after they talked about Bush at one of their concerts!Well worth watching, I loved it!
Michelle from Cork, 28 Apr 2012
This was actually a well made documentary. I am a fan of the Dixie chicks, and just rented this on a whim but it was so worth it. It shows the way they were persecuted and how they overcame it. Excellent.
Angela from Dublin, 10 Jun 2009
I found this really interesting and the music is great. A good insight into where this group were coming from when the whole incident blew up.
paul from Dublin, 07 Jun 2010
Really interesting, didnt know anything about their music but they come accross as normal people with a conscience