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Mystify: Michael Hutchence

Mystify: Michael Hutchence is a movie starring Kylie Minogue, Helena Christensen, and Bob Geldof. Ghost Pictures and Passion Pictures and a documentary feature about the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer and...

Other Titles
Mystify - Rockstjernen og overfaldet der ændrede alt, Mystify. Tras el cantante de INXS
Running Time
1 hours 42 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Biography, Documentary
Director
Richard Lowenstein
Writer
Richard Lowenstein
Actors
Bob Geldof, Michael Hutchence, Kylie Minogue, Helena Christensen
Country
Australia, UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Ghost Pictures and Passion Pictures and a documentary feature about the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer and songwriter of INXS.

Comments about music «Mystify: Michael Hutchence» (14)

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Janet B.

Michael Hutchence is one of the most important figures in rock history, both personally and in the larger context of his era. As a musician and musician-photographer, he was responsible for a lot of iconic images in the 70s, 80s and 90s. His work is a veritable "must see" for anyone who is a fan of music or simply wants to know more about the music. This documentary on the life and times of the music icon is excellent. There are interviews with the musicians who had influence on Hutchence, including Alan Freed (George Clinton), Peter Gabriel (Peter Frampton), David Bowie (Sebastian Orr), Pink Floyd (Roger Waters), and of course, The Rolling Stones. There is a lot of great material here. The best is the interviews with Bowie and Waters, as well as with the director himself. If you are a fan of any of the band, then this documentary is definitely for you. If not, then it's probably still worth watching. It is quite interesting to hear the story of a man who became famous because of his looks, and in turn became famous for being a "beautiful man." The thing I liked most about the interviewees is that they all are smart, funny, and very funny. They are fascinating to listen to. The way the director and actors talk about what they see is also interesting. The most interesting thing about the film is that it shows the effect the music has on people, and how that effect is passed down through generations. It shows how music influences everything from society to families. And then there is the music itself. It is also very good to hear from musicians about what it was like to work with The Rolling Stones and the music they made. In the end, this documentary is a must see for anyone who is a fan of rock music, or if you just want to know more about Michael Hutchence.

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Madison

I was looking for something different than the usual biopic. This is a good one. A lot of the time biopics are good but not this one. I just saw this and found it very interesting. There is so much hidden information about the history of both Country and R.O.T.S. I think it's an excellent movie. I would recommend it to everyone. It was a great documentary. A must see.

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Jerry Anderson

Michael Hutchence is one of the best film critics around. He is a great critic of music, film, literature and of course, music. He has a knack for finding the hidden gems in all these mediums. He is a very knowledgeable critic and a very smart man. This is a very well made film. It has a very strong message. It is a documentary about the life and times of one of the most important music artists of our time, Michael Hutchence. The film follows his rise and fall and shows how his career was over-hyped and how his own personal life was so much more interesting. It is a great documentary and I recommend it highly. It is a very well made film and I recommend it highly.

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Crystal R.

I don't really see how this movie can be seen as a negative thing. It's kind of amazing how long it took for this to get a theatrical release, and that is an understatement. After I watched the film I had to run out and buy the soundtrack. I had been looking forward to seeing this since it was first released, and was pleasantly surprised. It's a very different film, I think. It's a very unique and beautiful piece of music that is a little bit of a fantasy, but yet is very real. The photography is breathtaking, and there is a wonderful balance of realism and fantastical. There are a lot of visual aspects that remind me of the Dune movies, and that helps a lot. The music is very unique and catchy, and it is just absolutely amazing. I was actually feeling for this guy who was talking about wanting to be a painter. It's a beautiful story. I'm going to give it a high rating because it was very well done, and I thought the message was very very good. It's very entertaining, and it really has some interesting things to say. I think that it's a very special film. It's very artful, but also very easy to understand.

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Susan Gardner

Just finished watching the whole film. I was surprised that the film was not more about the pop star's drug use. The film seems to be a reflection of how those in the music business view the music industry. I would like to see a film about the current music industry. I think this film will be interesting to anyone who is a fan of a certain band, artist or genre. It is too bad that this documentary has not received the same kind of attention it deserves. The film has some very interesting interviews with people who know more than they are letting on. I highly recommend watching this film. I think it is worth the watch.

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Andrea Alvarez

Michael Hutchence, best known for his documentaries on the punk rock scene in the 60s, brings us a documentary on punk rock in the 70s, the period in which they were the dominant music style, and the period in which punk rock became more mainstream. He interviewed the main players in the scene, and interviewed their families, friends, and the bands that were involved with them. They also interviewed people who had been part of the scene, such as a documentary filmmaker who was looking for a movie about the scene, and who also interviewed some of the original players, and the bands who played at the shows. Also, it's the documentary that details the legal fight that was fought over the legality of the punk scene, and the music style that emerged from it, which some people consider punk rock. The documentary isn't about punk rock, but rather the music, the culture, and the era that it made.

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Angela Wood

The early years of trance were a bit murky. The 'revolution' had yet to take hold and all sorts of things were going on in the background. It was in this regard that the artists' problems were discussed. But the real breakthrough was to have emerged in 1977, when Jethro Tull embarked on a run of concerts and recordings that would put the industry on the map. The first part of the film is an interview with Jethro Tull guitarist Dave Mustaine and a description of his thoughts on the subject. Later, the film includes interviews with artists, their managers and executives. All this gives an insight into how the scene was developing and how it was being watched by the world's leading DJ, John Peel, who was interviewed in the early 70's. It also allows the viewer to get a sense of the vast numbers of artists, promoters and fans involved. The film is very good in fact and covers many of the highlights of the scene, including: The EMA where 'the ultimate' was finally crowned. The events of the shows where the 'revolution' really took hold. And the life of the man who would go on to play at the EMA and one of the biggest clubs of all time, the House of Blues. But it doesn't end there. The film is also a chronicle of the rise of 'new wave' and other electronic music and has a great deal to say about the new electronic music, but also the atmosphere and people who were involved in it. I thought the interviewees were well-researched and, although I was a bit frustrated that I didn't know much about them, I was not disappointed. A must see for trance fans.

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Donald Gomez

Michael Hutchence has made a documentary on the making of the Beatles' classic album "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band". In this documentary he interviews many people involved in the making of the album, and he also interviews people who were involved in the Beatles' careers. He also interviews people who worked on the movie "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band", and he interviews people who worked on the soundtrack for the movie. It's interesting to see how much these people had to go through in order to make a movie that is so much more than just a music video. This documentary is a great film, and it shows that the Beatles were really not just a band, but a movement. This documentary is great, and it is a must-see for any Beatles fan.

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Margaret L.

After seeing this documentary, I'm glad I finally saw it. I've been trying to find a movie like this for years. The problem with most documentaries is that they're so dry and boring. With this one, it's obvious that the director and the producers are trying to capture the essence of what it's like to be a musician. And, they do. The most striking thing is the lack of information about the music itself. The story is told with only two songs, and they are the only ones that have been released. You don't see the bands playing live or even the albums that they are recorded on. They do a good job of showing the emotions of the musicians. The story is told in a very honest way, but at the same time, it's not very interesting. It's not an art house movie, but it's a movie that's not meant to be art house. The most interesting part of the documentary is when they show clips from the live performances. It's a lot of fun to watch. I would recommend this movie to anyone who has ever wanted to understand what it's like to be a musician.

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Stephen

The documentary features interviews with a number of musicians and artists, and this is the best you can do with a film this short. You're only really interested in the music, and not the artist. That's all that matters. The interviews are actually really good, and the DVD is really well made. However, for the most part, the interview with Prince is the most interesting. It's a great interview with a great man, and I thought it would be the best interview of all. But that wasn't the case. It's not like he has a big ego, or anything. It's just a guy who is just an incredible musician, and a great musician at that. The interviews with Bowie, Bob Dylan, and more, are a lot better than the Prince one. Overall, it's a really great documentary, but not a great Prince documentary. Prince fans will enjoy it, but it's not a documentary on him. It's a documentary on Prince, and the music he created.

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Amy Delgado

I had to see this film as I am in a punk band, and it made me feel like I could be part of something I'm not even close to. The film was not about the band, it was about the people that live and breath the music, and how these people get so excited to play the music and the people that love the music that you see every night. I don't want to say much, but I am happy to say that this film brought me back to a place I had been for quite a while. Thank you Mike!

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Crystal F.

I had never heard of Michael Hutchence before I watched this documentary. It really did seem like a very interesting documentary and it really made me think. Michael had never been in the music industry before, and it showed. It showed the audience how difficult it is to get a record deal and how difficult it is to make it. The production value was great, and the film was done very well. I also really liked the fact that the documentary was very personal, it was almost like a documentary from Michael's perspective. It also showed a lot of very interesting interviews with other famous musicians and their respective companies. Overall, I think this documentary is very interesting and worth watching. It also showed me that Michael is not only a great musician, he is a great human being.

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Emily Ramos

I'm a big fan of Michael Hutchence. I think he is one of the best rock musicians out there today. I also love his music. I've heard him play live in concert for years and it was amazing. I was surprised to see this movie. I don't usually see movies like this. I love documentaries, but this was different. I felt like I was there in the studio with him. I got to see him play live with a bunch of his old friends and I felt like I was there. I feel like this movie is a must-see for any music fan. I would recommend this to anyone. I hope this movie does well. I think it is a great tribute to Michael Hutchence. It's a great movie and I recommend it to anyone. 8/10

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Juan Black

Michael Hutchence's "The Story of the Pixies" is a compelling, insightful look at the band, their music, their early years and the rise of punk. The documentary follows the Pixies through the early years of the band, their initial lineup and their formation of the band. This documentary includes interviews with the band members, band members and friends, a clip from the band's first live show, the band's first album, the band's second album and a few clips from their last album. The documentary is narrated by the band members themselves and has a great mix of interviews, clips, music and news clips. The documentary is a good documentary, but it could have been a little better. It was a bit slow in parts, the documentaries were too short and the documentary had a few clips of the band's music, but the documentary was a great look at the Pixies. It was a great documentary and a good documentary, but it could have been a little better.