Under African Skies Reviews
But I think it covered the history and controversy surrounding the album well. It was interesting seeing all of this with 25 years of hindsight.
I do wish, though, they had more of the live performances though. It seemed we mostly just got little bits and pieces.
But still definitely a movie worth seeing if you're interested in Paul Simon, apartheid South Africa, and/or African or world music!
The key scenes in the film are built around a dialog / friendly debate between Simon and anti-apartheid activist Dali Thambo. A quarter-century later, Thambo was still critical of Simon's decision to travel to South Africa in defiance of the so-called "cultural boycott," while Simon deferentially but thoroughly parries Thambo's critique.