In January 2015, Backstreet Boys member Howie D spoke to Popcrush about the films most powerful moments, along with the sense of brotherhood amongst the band:
I think we have a special bond. It’s definitely like a brotherhood. Like a family. Like a marriage almost to a point. We’ve been together for almost 22 years. We’ve seen a lot. We’ve seen a lot of good in each other. We’ve seen a lot of bad. We love each other like brothers; we also fight like brothers. We wake up sometimes on the right side of the bed, sometimes on the wrong side of the bed. We know how to push each others’ buttons. We know how to love each other hard as well. And I think that comes alive [in the documentary]. The passion that we have for what we do, and it’s why — with communication, we can work through anything [and] we have been able to work through everything. We all are coming from an endearing place. It’s not an “I” situation. It’s always figuring out how to make it a “we” situation.
I mean, we all started off as young lads, so wet behind the ears, not knowing what was going on or how to do things, to all five of us now, believe it or not, are married. Four of us have kids. I think we’ve found a balance now. Work hard, but also [have] time at home to play hard, with our families, with our kids as well. When we’re on the road working hard with each other, also have play time with each other, just get to always appreciate each other and what we like to do and what we’ve come here to do.