Emilia Holmström’s review published on Letterboxd:
This note does by no means reflect my view of Daft Punk.
Normally I only watch music documentaries about bands that I really love, as was the case for this one. Daft Punk has always been extremely private about their lives outside of their stage personas. So I understand that the documentary doesn't really have any new footage of them. Everything is told trough other people's or other artists' eyes except for some bits of old interviews.
I get it. But I didn't like it. The documentary was very linear with some weirdly opposing statements with no real explanations. I liked the fact they revealed a bit how they work on their music and some of the cuts of their best gigs, but to be honest, the documentary raised more questions that it answered.