You'll be doing double takes, when you see Jamie Auld's portrayal of Madonna in this documentary by Guy Guido.
The documentary covers her struggles during her early years in New York City. The documentary focuses on her relationship with Dan Gilroy and how he introduces her to music. They form the band, the Breakfast Club, along with his brother Ed and one other member. Madonna becomes the drummer of the band and starts writing music.
Eventually, she leaves the band to sign a solo record deal, leaving her band mates feeling betrayed and abandoned.
I found the documentary to be highly entertaining. Starting with the very convincing portrayal of Madonna by Auld. You also get to hear her music from that era, which contrasts greatly from her music now. There are also intimate audio recordings between her and Dan Gilroy.
The interviews with ex-lovers and friends also shed light into her life during this time.
The documentary is now available on Amazon Prime Video.