Here's 'another chance to see' the Documentary profiling the life of the influential country singer-songwriter Johnny Cash, who left a legacy of more than 1,500 compositions including Folsom Prison Blues, Forty Shades of Green and I Walk the Line. Cash died in 2003, shortly after completing the retrospective Unearthed, a 5-CD set of the acoustic performances with which he resurrected his career in the last decade of his life. Elvis Costello and Little Richard are among the stars recalling how Cash put country music on a par with pop in terms of record sales, until the Nashville establishment deserted him in the 1980s. His daughter Rosanne and son John Carter Cash also contribute, as well as manager Lou Robin, and fellow musicians Kris Kristofferson.