‘An excellent example of its genre’ – Los Angeles Times.
This documentary is a testament of the past, when things were done differently: the funny clothes, technical mishaps, AV effects and the fortunate non-existence of smartphones blocking the experience.
It’s also a piece of cultural memorabilia capturing perhaps the most amazing musician of all times at his best: Bowie has always known how to play his audience, and the film shows him as a fiercely concentrated performance artist on and offstage, micromanaging everything from his makeup palette to the length of his kimono sleeves.
To cut a long story short, are you ready for some time travel? London, Odeon Theatre, July 3, 1973. Don’t miss this.