A music documentary that raises the bar for the genre, this portrait of jazz saxophonist Charles Lloyd by his artist wife, Dorothy Darr, and her codirector, Jeffery Morse, enthralls as much as it edifies. From his early days as sideman to Cannonball Adderley to fronting his own acclaimed quartet with Keith Jarrett, Cecil McBee, and Jack DeJohnette to recording with the Grateful Dead, Lloyd remained open to diverse influences, musical and spiritual. He was cool enough to retreat from fame in the 70s, and savvy enough for a comeback a decade later. Jordan McCommons’s evocative graphics augment rare performance footage and interviews with Lloyd and notables like Herbie Hancock, Robbie Robertson, and critic Stanley Crouch.