Remarkable look into a life not even his closet friends understood fully. Also a beautifully melancholy piece of work, recalling the best of Terence Davies with its painterly compositions and contemplative tracking shots.
Yes, one of the best music documentaries I've seen, with some great, substantive interviews (many times catching on momentary looks or gestures that tell us everything) and photography that would make Patrick Keiller or JL Guerin proud. The brilliant use of soundscape is, in particular, a clever way to bring together Drake's life and music. See it in high quality, at a cinema, with the volume up loud. Seek it out.