Starring: Bob Marley, Ziggy Marley, Rita Marley
Directed by: Kevin Macdonald
The plot: Made with the consent and co-operation of Bob Marley's family, this affectionate and extensive documentary traces the history of the musical icon from his childhood when he was bullied mercilessly and became insecure about his mixed-race heritage, to his later years when he spread his love liberally between his adoring wife, mistresses, children and millions of ardent fans. Snippets of concert footage and previously unseen images are intercut with more familiar archive material and interviews.
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"[Marley] emerges as driven, industrious, competitive, a natural leader of charisma who was political in the broadest sense, but never boxed in by politics and who never sold out."
"Such an honest depiction can only contribute to a deeper appreciation of this remarkable artist."
"A masterful doc to rival Macdonald's Touching The Void."