51% Great Documentary 49% Great Entertainment
This film has been in the making for a number of years now. Funding was a problem as far as I know but the film makers have managed to splice together a great 'on the road/at home with' style of documentary about Lemmy.
If you are reading this as a Motorhead fan then you will love this film, it does not only focus on Lemmy but on the band as well.
But the film does give so much great info on Lemmy, some most fans of the band will know but it has been documented very well here and really makes you feel like it is way more personal.
Get a great look at his life up to date and the reason why he is the way he is. You have to remember he has been in the music business all his life and at 65 as he says he can remember a life before rock n roll.
The way you find out about his story is not just a sit down and interview like may music documentaries but the filmmakers have captured many conversations with him and other stars of music and film. Also many big names get to give there opinions on him and his music.
See him in the studio and playing live, explaining his sound his family and his friends. He shows his house, his daily life and even some of the business side of the music industry.
Lemmy was given full control over the film and the only thing he wanted changed was one of the music tracks to include the saxophone solo (It was edited out to help the feel of the film).
So there you have it with no cuts from the man himself about him from other people.
Not much else to say as I don't want to spoil it so enjoy.