Well I couldn't help but see it with the previous concert film I've just recenly seen in mind: Ben Harper's Pleasure And Pain. Overall, I feel that Paul's film is very even-keeled & happy-go-lucky: not entirely unlike the man himself. So emotionally, it rather treaded water whereas w/ Harper's film, there was some underlying darkness, some quest for identity, some inner search which drove the story along.
Terrifice performances but overwhelmingly, far too few shots of Paul. Lots of band & lots of audience like I say, but the filmmakers seemed to underestimate just how fascinating Paul really is to watch! And so that's why the acoustic sets were by far the most impactful for me; they gave the most lasting impression.
Highlight: Paul makes music w/ primates!!