Ross Hendry’s review published on Letterboxd:
A very interesting documentary about a hugely influential figure in music who turns out to be a bit of an arse when it comes to societal norms. This is very much about Ginger Baker The Man, rather than going deep into his influence, but is compelling nonetheless.
It's a sign of a good documentary that I want to know more about the subject, and that's the case here. I'm off to find something to watch or read about Fela Kuti.