You just don't get that Hollywood premiere feel in front of the Bella Terra, Costanzo said, although he was thankful that the theaters hosted his last premiere last year.
Life Line's first documentary might also be their last, Costanzo said.
"This was the most difficult thing to make," he said. "Making a narrative, you already have the story, the script is your blueprint. In a documentary, you don't know the story until you begin editing."
Costanzo devoted six weeks alone to traveling with the band on their tour, filming every minute he could. During the tour, Costanzo followed the band in a rental car carrying his film equipment, and even played roadie on occasion, he said.