Feast of Friends is a documentary that was funded and produced by The Doors. The movie was filmed during the band's 68' tour, by one of Jim Morrison's college buddies. This documentary, if you can call it that, chronicles some interesting moments on the band's 1968 tour. The movie had a limited release, but was then shelved, until now. The movie looks great, and the audio is there as well.
If you're looking for a true blue doc. on the band, then you'll be very disappointed with this one, because there is no continuity. Most documentaries tell a story, but this film kind of skips around, and never really goes anywhere, but that being said, this DVD was still very enjoyable. There is some rare footage of the band on and offstage, which makes this one a must have for Doors fans.
Bottom Line: A documentary that's name is false advertising. A behind the scenes look,of an iconic rock band.
-Ragman was hoping for something a bit more structured, but still enjoyed it.