This is the true story of a rock legend, the ultimate critical retrospective of Free: from the inside. The film draws on rare footage of Free never before featured on DVD alongside rare live radio performances from the vaults. Also featured are in depth interviews with Simon Kirke, Paul Rodgers and John "Rabbit" Bundrick. Every single Free album, from 1968 to 1972 is revisited and reassessed. Featured here are vintage moments including the earliest live television performances, promotional films and festival performances. We deal candidly with the line up upheavals and tribulations over Paul Kossof's drug problems through to the final performances by the Heartbreaker line up. Veteran rock broadcaster Tommy Vance heads a team of distinguished writers, journalists and critics including Free biographers David Clayton and Steven Rosen in this dynamic critical retrospective spanning the entire career of Free. This film is not influenced or authorised in any way by the band, making this the most frank, honest and searching review of the work of Free ever released.