I first heard about the Astronaut Farmer while looking at the CP Technologies Web site (my quest for ideas on small-scale strap-on booster designs). There was a lot of information there about the movie and skimming the info, I decided that I'd like to go to the movies on Feb 23 (opening night). It worked out that I was able to go a screening of the show today - great movie, in my opinion.
There was a point in the movie where there is a failure and I was horrified: I thought that the BATFE had worked with the Polish Brothers to help the public see the 'light' on their current case affecting rocket propellant and ignitors used by hobbyists. In the movie, it is the FBI rather than the BATFE, but a similar idea (Farmer was fine building his rocket - it was when he attempted to buy fuel that he got into trouble - even though he had attempted to follow known regulations).
There is a lot of family focus in the movie - the kind that I like because it helps me consider my role as a parent and gives me some things to think over. Some details are ignored - again, a nice thing - for example, Farmer allows the public to come into his garage and see the rocket and the line goes on for miles (apparently, these were only the most well behaved humans on the planet because there was no mess and no fights). I believe that the movie was filmed in New Mexico - I only mention it because the house, the ranch, etc. were so pretty that they really complimented the story / experience.