I originally saw this movie in New York at a library. It was an 'actual' film (not a video!) and they had projectors already setup and everything. It was pretty neat. The film was actually a propaganda film shot by the U.S. Gov't to show conquered Germans how nice life in America was and that we didn't eat our dead, etc. That's why it's shot the way it is - no emphasis on E.W.'s art, just a portrayal of his lifestyle in the good old US of A.
Of little interest photographically, but interesting to see. I see they still come up on eBay once in a while and someone even sells them.
The Brett Weston DVD is GREAT. I also have a good video on Oliver Gagliani.