This is a documentary actually but it's good enough to be a movie, if you get what I mean, I loved it. It's about Clark Terry in his later years, he begins to lose his vision and meets a young Justin Cauflin a budding pianist who happens to already be blind. They develop a beautiful friendship as Clark helps Justin with his music and Justin supports Clark with his fight with Diabetes. Real life better than a script. You find out a lot about Terry, he was born in St. Louis, he taught Quincy Jones, etc.

I highly recommend you see this. I watched it at a friend's house who got it on Netflix but I'm sure you can find it on disc or other streaming services.