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Just finished watching it this morning, sans subs.
I only know enough nihon-go to understand the excitement and the fears they faced before the shows, which were also readily apparent from their body language. I cant wait for the JPU release next month - as I am really keen to understand what the 'Mexican crisis' was about. I remembered a while back that the band admitted to "not fight" but being human, something like that was pretty much inevitable especially in a group of four people who really care for each other.
I didn't mind the pacing of the film nor the inequality of screen time each city was given - for example, I can't recall from their Tweets/IG that they did much in Singapore, hence the very brief screen time shown from Sentosa. As for the edited versions of the songs, I didn't mind that either. This cut works as far as it being a documentary film was concerned, in my humble opinion.
I guess one could criticise that there could've been more, but if those were all the interesting bits that occurred in the tour then that's all there is. It was a short world tour anyway, unless they did an extensive one and a half year of extensive touring. Now, that'll be a lot of material to choose from!