Mild themes and infrequent coarse language
Follow internationally renowned musician Youssou N'Dour on a moving odyssey as he explores the slave trade's enduring legacy in jazz music. Setting off from Goree, the African island where American-bound slaves were once held, Youssou N'Dour and celebrated jazz pianist Moncef Genoud travel through the United States and Europe. Along their travels they meet and collaborate with some of the world's most exceptional musical performers. From a Christian acapella group in Atlanta, a jazz drummer in New Orleans to a band of esteemed instrumentalists in Luxembourg, these are all people whose passion and craft has its roots in African music. Return to Goree perfectly combines music and history in a way that is joyous, soulful and deeply moving.