Daniel Sarath’s review published on Letterboxd:
Tom Berringer is a man on the outside looking in. His brother Matt is the singer of acclaimed and immensely popular indie rock band The National, living out Tom's boyhood dreams of making music and touring the world. He, on the other hand, has amounted to nothing but a resume of failed projects and missed opportunities. So, when Matt invites Tom to help out on their next tour -- their biggest to date -- jealousy, resentment and sibling squabbling ensues documented by Tom in an attempt to finally complete something in his life. It's less like a rock doc and more like a Duplass brothers comedy playing out with a quirky slacker humour and unexpected poignancy.