An epic tour film and engrossing travelogue, this feature-length doc is the closest we mere mortals will get to experiencing life on the road as rock gods.

When the Rolling Stones played 10 shows in Latin America earlier this year, director Paul Dugdale had intimate access to the band.

After exploring ‘Rolingo’ superfan culture in Argentina, a jam with Uruguayan drummers, and Mick and Keef’s memories of writing Honky Tonk Women at a ranch outside São Paolo in 1968, it’s time for the band’s Cuban debut – in front of 1.2million ecstatic fans in Havana.

Try telling them it’s only rock ‘n’ roll…