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Bob Marley Documentary Now On Dvd

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Iconic reggae superstar Bob Marley's too-brief life is chronicled in this documentary lovefest. Though he died from cancer at age 36 in 1981, his music and his influence live on. Loaded with rare footage, performances and interviews, the 2012 film also discusses Marley’s infidelities, even though it’s made with his family’s cooperation. It’s directed by Kevin Macdonald, best known for his dramas "The Last King of Scotland" and "State of Play." Macdonald set out to make a film that would inform the Marley children and grandchildren about Bob's life, which led to Billboard posing the question to Ziggy Marley about which stories he had never heard. One concerned his father's concern about his fair skin, the other about the song "Small Axe," which has long been seen as a song about taking down corrupt governments. In reality, it was about specific people in the Jamaican music industry. PG-13, 145 minutes. Extras: interviews, photos and director commentary. From Magnolia Home Entertainment. Released Aug. 7.

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