Often overlooked when the band's best work is chronicled, the triumvirate of albums book-ended by the multi-platinum Dookie and groundbreaking American idiot remain, for some, Green day's finest. And while many artists' 'forgotten years' are best left that way, in the case of San Francisco's favourite sons, the process of recall is long overdue. Green Day Under Review 1995 - 2000: The Middle Years, offers an opportunity to do just that, and attempts to redress this criminal imbalance with new evaluations of the superb Insomniac, the extraordinary Nimrod and the often perplexing Warning. And via the use of rare live footage, often forgotten videos, unheard band interviews and the review, criticism and insight of a panel of truly esteemed experts, this package provides the finest documentary film yet to emerge on this dynamic collective. Features include: - Live and studio performances, reviewed by a panel of revered experts. - Obscure footage, rare interviews and unseen photographs. - Review, comment and criticism from; co-founder of Green day's first record label, Larry Livermore; Legendary US rock critic Jaan Uhelszki; Green Day biographer, Ben Myers; UK rock journalist from Metal Hammer and Classic Rock magazines, Malcolm Dome; friend of the band and designer of the Insomniac cover, Winston Smith; owner of the 924 Gilman Club (where the earliest Green Day gigs took place), Jesse Townley; record producer, Billie Stevens; main-man of influential metal core act Dope, Preston Nash; highly regarded American radio DJ, Jeff Duran and others. - Footage of and comment on Green Day's most vital musical influences.