A fabulously fun and thought-provoking documentary about an annual hippie/alternative festival in a gorgeous Swedish woodland setting. It's a fair-minded, even-handed and still often very funny look at the journey a diverse group of pilgrims go on in search of enlightenment, healing and peace of mind. There is much earnest talk of energies and spirits, trees are actually hugged, and some of the therapies on offer look pretty silly; the film got a lot of loud laughs when I saw it. Yet it's apparent that the experience of baring their souls, and sometimes their bodies, to a group mostly consisting of strangers, does many of the participants a lot of good. The most striking example is Nick the Australian rugby coach, who is deeply sceptical about it all at first but joins in, gives peace and love a chance and steadily opens up as the film progresses, before getting a heartwarming happy ending. The section towards the end when Nick guides his new friends in his own No Worries Workshop is worth the price of admission in itself.