With his facial wart, black outfits and Nazi memorabilia, there’s nobody quite like Motorhead’s Lemmy. The garrulous Englishman is a natural for a portrait documentary. Greg Olliver and Wes Orshoski make the case for this rock ‘n’ roll original by emphasizing his prodigious work ethic (21 albums over three decades) and legacy. This film may also be notable for actually taking C.C. DeVille seriously as a talking head. Stick around until the end. Screening at this year’s SXSW Film Festival.