We're not unique in becoming slightly obsessed with The Anthology, and this film, which combines talking head interviews with live performances from a series of tribute concerts, is proof of that. And yet, it's a frustrating viewing experience. Many of the interviews are interesting, if a little too anecdotal, as they try to explain the enigma that is Harry Smith. David Johansen's description of the man, for example, in which he explains that Smith was a painter, a musician, a filmmaker, and a collector of string, is amusing--but we never do find out about that string collection.