Been a fan of Rick James's music since I was in middle school in the 70s. Loved the Punk Funk he doled out -- there was nothing else like it, not to mention his energy and showmanship. This documentary has poignant interviews with those who were closest to James -- family, band members, ex-wives, his children, music execs. Overall, you get a well-rounded, honest look at his life, musical origins, motivation, and disturbing tendencies. Like all humans, Rick James has many facets, some of which were beautiful and some of which were dark and disturbing. There were quite a few tidbits in here that I didn't know -- such as his friendship with Jay Sebring and success with The Mynahs, just to name a couple. Highly recommend this documentary for music fans and especially for fans of Rick James's music.