Reaad Rahman’s review published on Letterboxd:
First of all got to say thanks to my friend Leo for recommending this documentary. This was unlike anything I have seen, when I thought about Marlon I thought about a man who had everything in the world, but watching this showed the true story of him changes my grip on figuring out a mystery. A man with everything had nothing, he didn’t care about anything he was to the public, that’s what contrasted him from others. No one had made the sets more alive than he did. This really was a heartbreaking but heartwarming story.