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Ver Mystify: Michael Hutchence

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

Genres
Documentary, Biography, Music
Director
Richard Lowenstein
Starring
Helena Christensen, Paula Yates, Michael Hutchence, Bob Geldof

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Biography, Music
Director Richard Lowenstein
Writer Richard Lowenstein
Stars Helena Christensen, Paula Yates, Michael Hutchence, Bob Geldof
Country Australia
Also Known As Mystify. Tras el cantante de INXS
Runtime 1 h 42 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description Ghost Pictures and Passion Pictures and a documentary feature about the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer and songwriter of INXS.

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Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 06:50

The director of this documentary, Michael Hutchence, a musician who played guitar in the band "The Attics" for the first 10 years of their existence, is a man who seems to have been left alone and forgotten. His story, that he spent his youth in an orphanage in Italy, was presented in the documentary, "The Kids Who Cried Witch," which was made in the early 2000s. "A Kid Who Cried Witch" is a decent documentary, and I have enjoyed watching it many times. Hutchence does a good job of bringing to life the personalities of the band members and also the director, the children who were involved with the band. I do have a few problems with the documentary, however. The first is that it was edited. The interviews with the band members are not particularly interesting, and they are all of the same length, which is annoying. The second is that some of the footage of the band members is very grainy, making it difficult to see what they are saying. I could not tell what they were saying, because they were speaking in Italian. I also found the editing of some of the interviews with the band members very confusing. I am sure that they were discussing the experience of the band members in some way, but it was hard to tell. I also found it very difficult to understand what the children were saying. In the interview with the band member who played bass, the interviewer said, "We were called the kids who cried witch." I could not make out what he was saying, but it was not very clear. He said it in a way that seemed to imply that he had said that himself. This is a minor quibble, but it did interfere with my enjoyment of the documentary. The last issue that I had with the documentary was that the music was almost entirely in Italian. In the interview with the band member who played bass, the interviewer said, "You can't understand them unless you know Italian." It was almost as if the interviewer was trying to get some of the children to understand Italian, when in fact, the children were speaking in Italian. It was not clear to me whether the interview was in Italian or in English. I could not understand why the interviewer was asking the children questions in Italian, when the children were speaking in English. I also found the music very grainy. I also found the editing very confusing. I could not tell what the children were saying. I am sure that the children were discussing the


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