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Bob Marley's universal appeal, impact on music history and role as a social and political prophet is both unique and unparalleled. "Marley" is the definitive life story of the musician, revolutionary, and legend, from his early days to his rise to international superstardom. Made with the support of the Marley family, the film features rare footage, incredible performances and revelatory interviews with the people that knew him best.


  • Ziggy Marley
  • Jimmy Cliff
  • Cedella Marley
  • Danny Sims
  • Rita Marley
  • Cindy Breakspeare
  • Chris Blackwell
  • Diane Jobson
  • Lee 'Scratch' Perry

Did You Know?


  • Martin Scorsese was originally working on this documentary for the Weinstein Company back in 2008, but he swiftly left citing "scheduling conflicts," and was replaced by Jonathan Demme. The project came to a standstill in August 2009 when Demme left the project after he and producer Steve Bing had creative differences in the middle of editing. Finally Kevin Macdonald was appointed.
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    • Ghana Tour Guide: This is the Cape Coast Castle in Ghana, West Africa. Where enslaved Africans were shipped to the Caribbean, to North America, and other places in the world. From this castle, on the average, 10,000 enslaved Africans were shipped year by year. Altogether about 60 million Africans were enslaved. Whoever went through the door had no chance of coming back. That is why the door got the name the "Door of No Return."
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Apr 19, 2012

Stylistically unremarkable, playing it safe with structure, the film is still quietly revelatory.

Metacritic review by Ian Buckwalter
Ian Buckwalter
Apr 19, 2012

By the end you feel you've learned something about the man, yet his mystique emerges intact.

Metacritic review by Stephanie Zacharek
Stephanie Zacharek