The final film in the three-part documentary Jeen-Yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy is now streaming on Netflix. The film, titled “act iii: Awakening,” begins after the success of Kanye’s debut album and concludes in present-day, shortly after he released Donda. “Awakening” makes use of some archival footage to fast-forward through times when Coodie stopped filming, as Kanye’s career skyrocketed. Nevertheless, the film takes viewers behind the scenes of Kanye’s mother Donda West’s tragic death and touches on his mental health and more. By the end of the film, Coodie has reconnected with Kanye, and starts filming him again during some of his most intimate and challenging moments. All together, it’s a fascinating portrait of a man who wished for fame—and got it. Here are the biggest revelations we had while watching the third and final part of Jeen-Yuhs.