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I'm not really into the Dixie Chicks Music or country for that matter, the reason I wanted to watch this DVD was because I wanted to hear what was so bad that they said about the president.
MY... Read more GOD talk about the media twisting and turning things to suit them!!! Natalie made a comment based on how she was feeling, FREEDOM OF SPEECH PEOPLE!!!! The comment she made was felt by all in Americans not too long later.
Her one simple comment nearly destroyed the careers of the Dixie chicks and I believe if it wasn't for the strong people they are along with the support they had it very well could of. I recommend this DVD even if your not into country or the Dixie chicks. It was a very interesting watch!!!!
Quite like the Dixie Chicks and thats why I picked it Found it very interesting and the girls very open and honest with their beliefs.
Interesting. Was curious about what the Dixie Chicks said to become suddenly so reviled ... so now I know.
Like the music so enjoyed the concert excerpts. Much head-talk, as they tried to deal... Read more with their notoroity, which was a little tedious. Seems a pretty small episode to justify a movie ... but then again, such a minor incident and suddenly they were banned from radio-play. Extreme reaction!
This is an interesting insight into American culture and how obsessive some people can be. I am no big Dixie Chicks fan but enjoyed this film and do recommend it.
Good true story and just shows you what the Americans are like - sad. One word in the wronge place and they can turn your life upside down. Very encouraging also to see people keeping going when surrounded by short sighted people.
This is a doco of the period when the Dixie Chicks said some things that were inappropriate for the times. Although I found it interesting, it was very slow and dull.
Even if you don't appreciate their music, this documentary will hold your attention. There are plenty of amusing human elements to the story that you wouldn't expect from a political story. The tone... Read more doesn't set out to paint the Dixie Chicks as victims or martyrs of some great leftwing political cause - Michael Moore style. Which is a good thing. In fact, by the end of the film you start to see that there's more to the fortunes of their music career than just one moment when they said something silly onstage.