I watched this on Sunday night and thought it was brilliant.
I don't agree with 100% of his analysis, but it doesn't really matter. It's an interesting watch, the footage is incredible and the technique to put it all together into something you can immerse yourself in for over two hours is exceptional.
I loved the contrasts between the past and present. The use of Carry on up the khyber. The horrifying scenes with the girl and her father (with the flower), the attack on the motorcade and the chaos surrounding it. Amazing.
It's also quite nice sometime to just indulge in the obvious. Like thinking "what the fuck were we doing there?".