I watched it awhile back. I thought it was ok - I remember being a bit disappointed. I think that someone didn't really get well, right? A lady with skin condition? I should watch it again.
She said she wasn't committed to the alternative therapies, so who knows what would have happened if she would been more committed... ?
It seems many people on this forum have been quite committed to many therapies, both conventional and alternative.
I downloaded "Heal," when it was available to stream online for free. I've followed some of the work of Kelly Brogan, MD and I've listened to Kelly A. Turner's audiobook "Radical Remission," before seeing them in "Heal." But, for me, Bruce Lipton, Deepak Chopra, and Anthony William ("The Medical Medium") dilute any legitimacy in the movie. I place "Heal" in the same category as the movie "The Secret." I wouldn't classify either as a "documentary." Rather, I would refer to them as "Infotainment."
Like most things in life, though, people should "Try it and see." Even if something works due to a placebo effect, who cares? If it works, that's all that matters.