I saw it tonite and it was really good. I consider it to be a major documentary for U2 fans. It gave both equal time to Geldof and Bono. It just discussed celebrity power, aid, Live Aid failures and touched on some Imperialistic issues regarding white men in Africa. It also spoke to leading African development players and many high profile US politicians. These included Jesse Helms, Bill Gates, Jamie Drummond, Tom Hart, Bobby Shriver and a fair amount of screen time to George W. Bush.
The special guest in house was Brian Stewart who was the CBC journalist who first aired the Ethiopian story that inspired Geldof way back when. It wasn't all a feel good movie as they touched upon the backlash that both Bono & Bob got from both the African community and 'angry lefties'.
Stewart praised Geldof as a sophisticated person and very intelligent. They also profiled a meeting between Bono and Gates were Gates was blown away by Bonos personal persuasion.
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