Searching For Sugarman (2012) is an extraordinary documentary about an obscure Detroit musician who was all but forgotten in the US, but whose music would go onto create a rock legend in South Africa. His music is used in the soundtrack obviously for the film, and it shows that he was a talented songwriter and musician. His songs were about America at a turning point in the late 60s and early 70s, and are full of great imagery and insight. The less you know about the story , the better since there are some twists and turns that if you are ignorant of are integral to the impact of the story. I also enjoyed the cinematography of Detroit and South Africa. It is up for an Academy Award for Best Documentary this year, and is one of the best documentaries I've seen in a while.