Alan Newnham’s review published on Letterboxd:
An excellent collection of archival footage. But that's about it. There's not much insight into Beuys or his work, and its timeline is fragmented and a total mess - often becoming frustrated when events are shown but without their aftermath.
The three stars are solely for the archival footage and because it would at least serve a good service of a welcoming entrance into the wold and work of Beuys.