The beauty of this multi-part concert film/tour doc/videoblog/music video comp/photo album DVD is, as you might guess from the unabashedly bratty title, Tegan and Sara's outright refusal to pretend that the life of a struggling Canrock star has anything to do with fun -- let alone glamour. Aided by typical bickering commentaries (which can be switched off if you prefer your images to stand in for 100 fights), the well-coiffed twins lead you through fuzzy digi-video footage of zoning out on the bus, shitty sound checks on their arena tour with the Killers, taking vitamins and arguments over which Quin is more selfish, while their long-suffering dudecore bandmates look on. The weird part is that, for all their pouting, the pair have pieced together a charmingly lo-fi and intimate package that leaves you with the impression that you've actually gotten a glimpse of their personal lives.
The Montreal art scene aesthetic, clearly influenced in part by the style of Sara's plus-one, designer Emily Storey (think felt hearts and zine lettering), suits their music and their personalities, and though their Live At The Phoenix concert film is unremarkable, the more-polished Making Of So Jealous segment is a subtly informative counterpart to the album itself. Best of all is the fantastic Puppet Project bonus, where marionettes that look like the Tegan and Sara band as seen through the eyes of an autistic prodigy perform a tune, then act out a representative faux tour diary. Genius.