Nick Broomfield has been no stranger to controversy in relation to his documentaries. He was game enough to expose Hollywood madam Heidi Fleiss and even braver when he began listening to those who reckoned Kurt Cobain was murdered rather than committed suicide. No wonder Nick’s name is not popular in the company of Courtney Love.
Sixty million dollars and 400 hours of videotape later two female filmmakers return with a compelling story of dot com burn-out.
There is a lot to be said for being in the right place at the right time. Twenty-five-year-old, Jehane Noujaim, didn't even have to leave her home for the inspiration for her first documentary.
She was sharing a flat with a twentysomething entrepreneur, Kaleil Isaza Tuzman, who had chucked in the day job at Goldman Sachs to kick off an ambitious multi-million dollar business called GovWorks.com.