Saw it at a preview here in Berlin, Max. It's probably first on a brief (I expect) arthouse cinema "tour" before something like a DVD could be expected. It was educational and thus I do not regret having seen it. Some weird to outright sick people in it. The makers took a strict restraint approach, so nothing was commented, no single hostile or even only probing question asked to the people interviewed. The directors were present and there was a Q&A afterwards. Many questions/reactions were less than friendly, as many people felt the movie was just giving a platform to violent, white supremacist, homophobic, anti-Christian criminals who have murdered and set churches on fire. The aloofness of the female part of the production team (in reacting to those questions and views) bordered on arrogance and did not help. By all means go see it if you have the chance, I don't think one often has the chance to get inside views of this "world". Expect not much music, though, and no exciting shots of denim either. (The best jeans I saw on other members of the audience, certainly not in the film!), and do let us know what you thought eventually, please.