"Sum of the Parts" is the official career-spanning documentary telling the story of Genesis. Featuring contributions from key members past and present: Tony Banks, Phil Collins, Peter Gabriel, Steve Hackett, Mike Rutherford and Anthony Phillips, as well as a wealth of archive performance footage of the band's biggest tracks and fan favourites, this first authorised study of the band's history commences with their formation at Charterhouse in 1967 and reunites the band for the first time in many years. The film recounts an extraordinary musical story, exploring the band's song writing as well as emotional highs and lows and looks into the dynamic between the band members that has enabled them to survive numerous line-up changes alongside solo careers outside of the band. The remarkable story encompasses their visionary influence as the leading lights of progressive rock with landmark albums such as 'Foxtrot', 'Selling England By The Pound' and The Lamb Lies Down On Broadway'; the huge crossover success of the Eighties and Nineties which saw them hit the upper reaches of the singles charts with era-defining hits such as 'Turn It On Again', 'Invisible Touch', 'No Son of Mine' and 'I Can't Dance'; and through to their 2007 Turn It On Again comeback tour which included a show in front of 500,000 people at Rome's historic Circus Maximus. In terms of what they've done together, and what they've done apart, there's never been a band like Genesis. It's a captivating story, told here from the beginning for the first time.