A fascinating documentary charting the creation and success of the legendary Motown Records, set against the backdrop of the civil rights movement.
Focusing on the period from the birth of Motown in Detroit in 1958 until its relocation to Los Angeles in the early 1970s, this remarkable story is told through new and exclusive interviews with the label's visionary founder, Berry Gordy, and many of its superstar artists and creative figures, as well as rare performances and behind-the-scenes footage unearthed from Motown's vaults and Gordy's personal archives.
Running time: 2h12, including ads and trailers.
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