The new documentary film on the life of the late legend Bob Marley was premiered last week at Emancipation Park in Kingston to rave reviews.
In addition to being on Facebook, Marley – The Definitive Story is now available iTunes and Amazon Instant Video.
The film by Oscar-winning Scottish filmmaker Kevin McDonald tracks Marley’s journey from a bullied biracial Jamaican boy to a worldwide reggae superstar.
The two-and-half-hour-long film takes on a compelling chronological approach of Marley’s 1940s childhood living in poverty in the hills of Jamaica after his black mother is abandoned by his white father, Captain Norval Marley.
Making special appearance in the documentary are his widow Rita Marley, who spoke candidly of their time together, and Bunny Wailer, a longtime friend and band member of Bob Marley and the Wailers.