You follow C-Diddy a Korean actor who’s tage persona belies his subdued personality with the extravagance of comedy and outlandishness in his performances. Bjorn Turoque is his American nemesis who tries to beat C-Diddy in the Eastern and then Western championships ending just behind him and the following him to the finals in Europe. This movie follows the roots of U.S. air guitar being established just a few years ago and it’s impact in the world air guitar media.
Comments: Good documentary movie, you get two competing personalities and backgrounds with the camera following C-Diddy and Bjorn from their childhood and families to their trip to Norway and meeting with their European and Australian counterparts in the championships. You first see the contestants in small stages in the U.S., then as they end up on national t.v. you begin to see how large this funny sport is when they get to the serious side of competition in Europe.
I just wish they did more of an update on the status of these guitar players since the movie was filmed a few years ago and I’d like to know how their doing these days. The movie does have some slow areas in the half-way point of the movie but pulls it off with a great championship ended.
Score: 4 out of 5 stars.