PUNQ’s review published on Letterboxd :
Instead of making this a tribute to the work James Foley did in the war conflicts he reported before being kidnapped and executed by ISIS, this becomes a documentary filled with family and friends saying what a great guy he was and how much they miss him. A closure for his closest. After nearly two hours on focusing on his family and colleagues, and only snippets of James' own story, it gets kinda weary. Still credit to James Foley for following his heart and regardless of the risk having such a high price.