When they initially entered the public eye, in 1990s Britain, the dance pop-Euro pop boy band Take That (Jason Orange, Robbie Williams, Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Harold Donald) made headlines as the first major "teen" group to sweep up Britain's youth culture since the British Invasion of the 1960s. Innumerable top ten hits (and record-selling LPs) ensued, though by early 1996, the individual performers grew dissatisfied with one another and disbanded in February of that year. Then, some fourteen years later, the group reunited - to an overwhelming amount of public attention. Shot in 2010, this "fly-on-the-wall" documentary observes the Take That reunion, from the events that led up to its inception, through the rehearsals for a new, historic tour. Unabashedly candid and intimate, the film lingers on the fears, doubts, hopes and joys of the individuals as they prepare to go on the road again, and re-ignite friendships left dormant for a decade and a half.