Sometimes success simply doesn’t fall into your lap but into the one right next to yours. That is the story of Tom Berninger’s life – the younger brother of rock star and front man in The National Matt Berninger, who does not think the world of him.

Still, he invites Tom to come along as a roadie on The National’s tour – a job that Tom – like so many other things – does not put much effort in. Instead, Tom takes the opportunity to film The world-famous rock band and make a number of unorthodox, childish interviews with the band, which gradually shift the focus to his relationship to his big brother. The result is both a humorous music documentary about one of the biggest bands right now and a very touching and self-exposing film about two very different brothers.

Whether it is beginner’s luck or he is a natural is hard to say but after Mistaken for Strangers, his debut, the director ought to be able to put most of his little-brother complex behind him.