Produced in association with Bob Marley's record label, Tuff Gong, this documentary commemorates a now-legendary concert considered the high point of Marley's career.
In sing-songy patois, a Rastafarian narrator provides a cursory explanation that civil strife had rocked Jamaica since the island's bitter 1976 elections. Many outlaw gangs terrorizing Kingston had loose, tribelike affiliations either to the ruling People's National Party, lead by Michael Manley,
or the opposing Jamaica Labour Party of (onetime record producer) Edward Seaga. In a strange turn of events, rival gangsters (Bucky Marshall and Claudie Massop, both old friends of Marley) were caged in th...