Content was fascinating, documentary did a HORRIBLE job of going through the sequence of events - because it didn't. It was obsessed with Holmes, and paid no attention to timeline. You never even knew what year it was when they were talking about something. One minute they were exposed as frauds, the next they were getting FDA approval. How did that happen? What did it mean? I was left with more questions after watching the documentary, which is pathetic.
Got through about 90 seconds; was this movie the father of the shakycam? I may have to go throw up just to relieve the nausea. Also looked incredibly stupid. Historically accurate? The opening scene trench looked like a recently built movie set. Very clean. As were all of the soldiers, just hanging out, "guys, look sad." I can only assume the rest of it would've been a colossal, and nauseating waste of time.