When the power of a message comes straight from a heap of scenes, snippets and a combination of simple, yet effective elements, then we're watching an excellent movie. Photographic direction, meticulous and refined by Darius Marder that traps the sensations and fears of a not rare condition in a completely unique, albeit widespread, situation; music that embraces peoples, minds and souls, allowing it to permeate the existence of the individual and when the latter is lacking, the individual feels dead, impeded, robbed and driven to madness. Riz Ahmed, simply spectacular in a role that is not easy at all and becomes the messenger of all those musicians and not, who have lost the motivation to continue, not accepting their new condition, looking for a remedy in the meanders of the world, understanding that many of the times it is harder than it seems. Worth to mention a fantastic Paul Raci, that gives a thrilling, compelling and moving performance. Film that not only pays tribute to musicians with this pathology, but also pays tribute to all those people who exist and continue to exist despite their innate difficulties, making them feel less alone and more important, which they are regardless of everything. Perfect, immaculate, unforgettable.