British newspaper The Guardian, giving the documentary 3.5 out of 5 stars. Not bad. No wonder Bolt seemed in such a great mood despite the chill – even by his regular ever cheerful standards.
Sporting a navy blue bespoke piece from Italian design house Brioni, (which, at the bottom, end fetches more than £4,000 (J$650,000)), a black slim-fit coat and Gucci oxfords, Bolt showed that he is just as hard to keep up with on the red carpet as he is on the track.
Hundreds of fans and media personnel crammed the front of the Odeon Leicester Square cinema for a chance to get close to the iconic sprinter and the other household names that were expected to make the walk.
Giant screens on the outer walls of the Odeon were plastered with images of the Jamaican sprinter, and clips from the movie, which is being hailed as the year’s biggest documentary.
The image of skimpily dressed girls sporting feathers and see-through bodysuits was the clearest indication that the show was about to get started.