A deeply personal look at the self-described “punk rock warlord,” Temple’s film portrays the complexities, contradictions, and rebellious energy that defined his longtime friend. Pieced together with clips from home movies, television, newsreels, and the feature films that Strummer appeared in (as well as excerpts of his BBC World Service radio show), this documentary follows his well-to-do upbringing, time as an art student, the height of his fame, and his struggle to redefine himself after The Clash. With interviews from family members, friends, and artists of all stripes (from Bono to Johnny Depp to John Cusack) who drew inspiration from Strummer’s personality and music, there is no better tribute to his legacy.