This is probably the best documentary ever made on the Beats and their generation. The three main Beats (Kerouac, Ginsberg and Burroughs) were shown with such realism and intensity, and I loved the fictional performances/recites by Depp, Torturro and Hopper.
There is material in this film I had never seen before, but as I'm not a fan of William S. Burroughs, I wish the movie had focused less on him and more on some of the other Beats.
Still - a must-see documentary for the fans of the Beat generation and their cultural impact. It's never tiring, and I found it inspiring and deeply informative.