Reggae music made a Caribbean island famous the world over, whether raising good vibes or speaking truth to power.
In this laid back heartwarmer of a documentary, we connect with some of reggae's legends as they go back to their roots, recording a new acoustic album in a shrine that's set into the natural vistas of Jamaica's most picturesque spot.
Telling both the country's history and the compelling, sometime painful life stories of the musicians, this is a supremely evocative documentary that’s an island getaway.
Playing like a Jamaican Buena Vista Social Club, this is a celebration of the power of music to transform lives and make a nation rise.
★★★★ "A poignant tale of resistance, resilience and reggae" - Mike McCahill, The Guardian
★★★★ "Soulful and uplifting" - Kambole Campbell, Empire