from the same director who did harlan county, usa. this one features different subjects (the superstar dixie chicks instead of working class miners), but they’re both under job stresses. in harlan county the miners are battling against the anti-union forces and in this film the dixie chicks are fighting against redneck jingoists. the film does a good job of covering the political and public relations game that is involved in selling records as well as the artistic changes that come as a result of the country music boycott against the dixie chicks. good film in its ability to show the many facets of the group and the fallout of the now infamous “we’re ashamed that george bush is from texas” quote.