I just finished watching this.
This is a phenomenal DVD. The documentary is truly fascinating and extremely well made. There are tons of historical snippets of interest there. A lot about Fadouba's life and the history of the ballets.
Besides the one-hour documentary, you also get a 20-minute interview with Fadouba and Mamady Kouma, an hour-long session with Fadouba drumming in Faranah, a 20-minute session of Fadouba drumming with his sons, 14 minutes worth of Fadouba playing Kawa and Kala with Sekou Conde, a 4-minute flute solo by Mamady Foule, and two short videos (two and four minutes) about cola nuts and Fadouba showing you around his compound.
This is truly awesome. I rank this up there with "Djembefola" in quality and content.
Anyone interested in the history of the djembe and the ballets, run (don't walk) and buy this DVD!