. The thoroughly engrossing documentary tells the story of Bobby Liebling, the disappointed, delusional, and self-destructive lead singer of coulda-been-a-contender Mid-Atlantic metal band Pentagram, and the young guy whose passion for the band’s music drives him to literally lift the singer out of ruin. When we meet Liebling he’s addicted to crack, compulsively picks his skin, and wallows in his parents’ sub-basement in Germantown. Sean “Pellet” Pelletier wants to get the original band back together—Pentagram fans will swoon over the archival footage, interviews, and dramatizations—but soon realizes there’s a reason the band has gone through dozens of personnel changes: Liebling is impossible to work with. With Pellet’s help and perseverance, though, the 54-year-old damaged man is given a chance at redemption, whether he realizes it or not.