It seems proponents of prog rock in the U.S. have settled for displaying their wares on the U.S. East Coast. Three festivals are showcased: ROSfest (Rites of Spring) held in Pennsylvania, ProgDay (purported to be "the world's longest running progressive rock festival") held at Storybook Farm near Chapel Hill, North Carolina, and NEARfest (North East Art Rock festival), the largest progressive music festival in the U.S. currently held at Bethlehem, Pa. in June. You'll see bands performing at both locations throughout the doc. A forth location is right here in Baltimore at Mike Potter's Orion Studios where he constantly invites international prog groups to practice & perform throughout the year.
At the screening I attended at Orion Studios on December 4 (which featured a wonderful pre-screening performance by Chapman Stickist Rob Martino-who is featured in the film), I asked Adele about the title. She responded that it fit the mindset of the musicians who have accepted the "romance" of playing the music they love with total disregard to financial or commercial success, while being thoroughly engaged in the struggle to present their music & gain acceptance with the general public. This documentary should go a long way in accomplishing that goal.