Mark Robinson’s review published on Letterboxd :
Really good, really interesting. A lot of the film is focused on him and his life in Jamaica rather than on the tour circuit, which means we get to learn about him from his family and friends, and the many people that frequented his house.
There were however parts that i missed out on since there were no subtitles, so i would sometimes struggle to understand some of the heavy Jamaican accents in some of the interviews, or just outright couldn't understand the people that didn't speak English. In a full release later this year im sure this will be addressed though.
He was an interesting man and it makes for a very interesting documentary.