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Published on Apr 20, 2012
A new documentary about the life of reggae legend Bob Marley is hitting theaters today 4/20 as stoners worldwide celebrate. But the film focuses less on Marleys love for smoking ganja and more on the man behind the music including never before seen footage of Marley's early years growing up in Trenchtown, JA and his final days being treated for skin cancer in Germany. The documentary was directed by Oscar winner Kevin MacDonald (Last King of Scotland) and executive produced by Marley's eldest son Ziggy. We sat down with some of Marley's children and some of his many celebrity fans during the films junket and premiere to talk about the importance of the film and the impact Marley had on so many peoples live.