A boy from Belfast who was arguably one of the most naturally gifted footballers ever, George Best was to become the game’s first superstar. Handsome and charismatic, Best was as flawed as he was talented and ultimately succumbed to his addictions, ending his professional career at only 29.

In this new documentary director Daniel Gordon uses evocative footage – including a match against Coventry City – and testimony by those who knew him at his best
and worst.