2015 was a big year for Jamaican writer Marlon James. He became the first ever Jamaican to win the Man Booker Prize for his novel, A Brief History of Seven Killings. The book detailed the events surrounding the failed assassination of Bob Marley and its aftermath. He also came out as gay in a New York Times article, which was a poignant decision considering Jamaica is one of the world's most poignant countries. This documentary sees Alan Yentob travel to Jamaica with James to revisit the writer's roots and attempt to shed light on the place that has richly influenced his work to date.