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They have a sordid history but the main reason is because Green walked straight to Macha's table in his swank casino and took him for a big wad of dough.Linking him with manager Chas (Andrew Buckley), a former member of the Animals, Linda takes Jimi to London to record an album and build his reputation.Over the next year, Jimi hones his sound, puts together his band The Jimi Hendrix Experience and hooks up with local girl Kathy (Hayley Atwell).And it starts to work: the band breaks into the UK pop charts with a series of hit singles.On the other hand, across the Atlantic the Americans seem to be rather apathetic. But then the story here centres on Hendrix's pre-fame year, which allows writer-turned-director John Ridley (12 Years a Slave) to dig further into the artist's motivations than most biopics do.
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