I recently watched this movie and was struck by the following: The documentary is about a DIY band, no-frills, no real commercial appeal or success (unless you include the use of "Corona" as "Jackass" theme). Not only does the director interview Flea, who many might consider a sell-out but he compounds this by interviewing him in his very expensive looking living room! Didn't he seem completely out of place? Every other interview was conducted in some low-rent-looking apartment and Thurston Moore's had oodles of records in the background.
This is not a rant against Flea or success. Rather it is a criticism of the film and the director's decision to allow this seeming sore thumb to stick out in a movie about playing music without the expectation of financial success. After all, the title is "We Jam Econo", after all.
Anyone agree or am I totally off base here?