Key: Sarah is looking for the truth behind who her father was, but in order to do that she had to learn more about her mother. The stories told about the same person from different perspectives really becomes overwhelming because there’s just so much information.
Participatory: Sarah relies on all the people she’s interviewing to come to whatever conclusion she’s looking for.
Key: Thierry doesn’t understand the true meaning behind the street art scene despite being around it for so long. Much like a gift shop, what you’re seeing isn’t the real thing, just others work being sold with the sole purpose of getting your money.
Reflexive: The beginning where Banksy says that the documentary was originally about street art and he was being interviewed, but the one doing the interview was more interesting. It shifts tone once you find out what the documentary is actually about.
Key: Delbert is man with little to no education who only has the farm life and his brothers. Only he knows the truth of what happened to his brother whether he did it or not.
Observational: For the most part the filmmakers just observed the actions of the brothers. They didn’t really interact since there wasn’t much they can do anyways, they just wanted to capture everything that happens.