Overall I believe the film as a whole was, for lack of a better word, good. It wasn't mind rattling or thought provoking, but it was interesting and provided many facts on American and Canadian relationships going back to John F. Kennedy and working its way up to the 1980's. I thought the organization of the film was structured well, presenting events in chronological order while looking at many aspects while going through time. The premise of the of movie of the beginning, was set up as the relationship that Canada has with the United States. I felt that, for the most part, that idea was carried throughout the whole film and done smartly. However, there seemed to be times where the film turned into a history lesson (which was not a bad thing in my opinion), in order to set up the why and how those events impacted American and Canadian relationships. Thus, it is important to pay attention to the film in order to comprehend the information being told to the fullest.In terms of negatives, I did not think there was anything abundantly wrong with the film. The only critique is that, being and old film, it most certainly has that old 'put you to sleep' style of history videos. Unless you are being attentive, it could be very easy to loose interest. Taking everything into consideration, I would give this film a 8/10. The information presented is interesting and can shed light on some thing that people probably do not know about the United States and Canada. I would recommend this to people who are interested in history or looking to learn more about Canadian American relationships.