Detroit troubadour Sixto Rodriguez should’ve been the Hispanic Bob Dylan, but he couldn’t catch a break, despite releasing two exceptional albums in the early 1970s. In Searching for Sugar Man, director Malik Bendjelloul contrasts the caustically brilliant singer-songwriter’s mass popularity in South Africa and Australia with his puzzling obscurity in America. Bendjelloul also captures Rodriguez’s triumphant comeback concerts in South Africa (leveraged by diligent music-journalist and record-merchant fans) and depicts his humble personal life in Detroit. It’s a rich, moving portrait of an overlooked legend. (See Movie Times)