Yeah, I caught it on HBO. It was extremely well done.
Oddly, the subject matter didn't catch me as much as the method of filmmaking did. It was superbly assembled.
They did a whole lot of pan-and-scan stuff, but it was out of the ordinary. They used cutouts of images that made regular pictures have a 3-d feel.
It was really well done.
You don't see the current Evans in there at all. You just hear his voice, and the old pictures.
I haven't seen anything quite like it before. It was very, very good.