This not great, but Hopkins is a competent director and the subject matter is dealt with more seriously than in 4.
Comprehensive doc with touches of humor and lots of great backstory. Highly recommended!
There is something, some subtext, going on here and it will take some time to digest. The first 2 hours are fascinating if not compelling, with bright sparks of plot here and there. But the last 41 minutes make it all worthwhile. What I discovered later is this Shakespearean underpinning (with obvious references) that will require a rewatch.