It was quite good, much better than I expected. Mostly centred around interviews with Varg Vikernes and Fenriz and it was good to see these guys open up a little bit and talk about stuff. Admittedly it didn't give me a lot I didn't already know but I wasn't really expecting that.
My favourite part was this - slightly paraphrased - from Hellhammer;
"So we heard that Faust killed this fucking faggot in Lillehammer. I was surprised as I didn't think he had the guts to do it, so I really honour him for that."
The crowd mostly made me feel sick. People shouting at regular interviews and laughing at bits that weren't really funny, which merely showed how many of these 'ironic' morons think Black Metal is a joke. The audience appeared to be made up of men in purple scarves, cunts in stupidly sloganed t-shirts, and homosexuals!
I think everyone knows the stories that came out around that time, but it was great to hear them coming from the mouths of Fenriz and Varg. I didn't really get why that "visual artist" had such a large role to play - he just seemed a bit of a prick to me - and I was disappointed that some of the prominent artists from the period didn't make an appearance but generally it was an entertaining film.
One of my favourite bits was watching Fenriz give an impassioned speech about how he hates that black metal has become a trend. That was probably the one bit when the whole audience shut the fuck up.