So, I confess I wasn't a huge fan of this band, The Doors. I used to listen to 5-6 songs of theirs at most, that I really loved. But I watched this movie last night and gosh!!! This movie so perfectly shows the 60s rock scene and in fact, the lifestyle of any rockstar. That charm in the ways of the frontman of every rock band of that age, their fan base, drugs, sex, but of all, real music that came right out of the heart. This one scene is where Jim is singing a song that is inspired from the thoughts he had while on acid, and he is improvising so much that even his band members have no clue. Everybody in the bar stopped doing whatever they were doing (there were some pole-dancers who stopped midway to watch him perform), all eyes on Jim and then, he does this. Because he used to perform in the concerts always high and drunk. But truly, he was a wonderful poet, no doubts about that (Throughout the movie, you get to hear bits of his poetry in the narration). The music was straight out of heart, no doubts about that either (the concerts are enough evidence of that). This movie is art that captures art.