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Roger Waters: Us + Them

Roger Waters: Us + Them is a movie starring Rufat Aliyev, Farshid Azizi, and Nikoo Bafti. A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Other Titles
Roger Waters - Us + Them, Roger Waters Us + Them, Roger Waters. Us + Them
Running Time
2 hours 15 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Documentary
Director
Sean Evans, Roger Waters
Actors
Azzurra Caccetta, Nikoo Bafti, Farshid Azizi, Rufat Aliyev
Country
UK
Year
2019
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

A look at Roger Waters' 2017-2018 concert tour.

Comments about music «Roger Waters: Us + Them» (15)

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Richard

Some of the best interviews you will ever hear. Very informative and fun to listen to. I can't believe I've never heard of this band before. I guess it was a sign of their youth that they are still touring today. I was blown away by the guy who played guitar in "Daydream Believers" - he's an amazing guitarist. I think he's a really talented musician. I didn't know anything about this band before I heard this, and it is pretty amazing to see how they've grown. I recommend this to everyone who loves rock and roll. I was surprised to find out that the Beatles didn't like this film. I think they were offended by the way they were portrayed. This documentary shows us a little bit of what the Beatles were like and how they actually made it to the top. It's a bit slow in places, but it really captures the essence of what the Beatles were all about. I can't wait to see this on DVD!

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Zachary K.

Like some of the other comments I've read here, I've heard that the interview is one of the best interviews in the history of music history. I don't understand how anyone can not like this interview. I was a little surprised that the interviewer had a bad mouth, but he was trying to bring some good life into the interview. The interview itself is very interesting and it's amazing that he was able to capture the most amazing stories of what happened in the past and what is going on today. There's a lot of truth in what he says. I love the fact that he is a big fan of Pink Floyd and has a lot of respect for them. It's always good to see people who are fans of the music, and they are not necessarily all the same people, they're all different. The interview is very interesting. I really hope that they make more interviews like this one. I think it's amazing that this guy is able to be able to listen to Pink Floyd, and he can even tell them stories about the interviews he did and the things that he was able to do. This interview is a must see for everyone who is a fan of Pink Floyd, or who loves music, or who just want to know more about the music. I have to say that I was really surprised when I first saw the interview, but I was really pleased with what I heard. I hope that they make more interviews like this one.

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Roy Guzman

I love this movie! It is such an honest film, and it is so well shot. This movie is also about how people can still be like "us" and not let their thoughts of others affect them. I also liked the beautiful shots of Los Angeles and the love that still exists between two people that are not the same race. There are many other great scenes in the movie, especially the scene where they try to get out of the building, and the final scene. It is a great movie!

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Sean G.

This is the second full length documentary film from the band and it is a pretty impressive look at their time together. The music is still great and it is a nice way to get to know them better. The thing that stood out to me was the music. It is still amazing but it is more suited to a rock/rockabilly style of music. I also felt like they still had a very good sense of humor about their music and it really helped keep the film interesting. They are still as influential as ever and I look forward to seeing their music in the future.

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Randy Taylor

As a fan of Waters, I was intrigued to see his latest documentary. I had heard that the film was a bit preachy and anti-establishment, but I was pleasantly surprised by how much I liked this movie. It was much more than just an anti-establishment rant. While I agree that this is a film that can be very preachy, I don't think it is a complete anti-establishment rant. I really liked the story of the people who helped him and his band and their frustration with the establishment. I liked that he was able to show the inner workings of the band and show the importance of making music. It really showed how hard it is to make a record and how much time and money goes into making a record. I also really liked the story of the singer's cancer and the struggle he had to face. It really showed how much pain he had to endure and how he had to fight to get out of bed and eat. I think it was a great film for the fans of Waters. The film was very entertaining and had some very interesting interviews. The interviews were interesting and interesting. I would highly recommend this movie.

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Joshua Carpenter

I'm not going to get into the intricacies of this documentary, and there are a lot of good things in here, but I can't help but feel it is a little overrated, and it's a little too long. It's a bit too long for what it's trying to do, and it's overrated. The good thing about it is that it's not overly-simplistic, and it's not too preachy. It's a bit of a letdown, but I do think it's worth watching. It's really more of a compilation of interviews than a full documentary.

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Brandon

I saw this at the Sundance Film Festival, and was very impressed. The film is largely in English, and it is an interesting look at a significant portion of the history of the World. The majority of the interviews are with the artists, but also include interviews with the people who made the artworks. There is a lot of discussion on the motivations of the artists and why they chose to make certain works. I found the discussion interesting, and it was a lot of fun to see some of the artists talk about their work. Also, I enjoyed seeing some of the artists' reactions to the artworks. I especially liked the reactions of Damien Hirst and Mike Yates. Hirst's reaction was especially interesting, as he was speaking in his own words, and it was very entertaining to see his thoughts on the artworks. The film is very well done, and I recommend it.

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Betty W.

I am not sure what the critics were expecting, but I am glad that they didn't get it. This documentary is not your average "documentary" about the band. It is a work of art. This is a masterful work of art. It is like a painting. The pieces are all different but the overall composition is the same. You can tell that they have had the time to look at the pictures and put them together. This is a very good movie that I would recommend to anyone who wants to see a brilliant work of art.

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Debra Lopez

The idea behind this documentary is simple: a man tries to make a difference in the world by making a good album. The whole process starts with the birth of Waters' baby daughter, and the baby grows up with an infectious attitude. As the baby grows, so does the album, and we see the world through his eyes. This documentary is a nice piece of documentary-making, and a must-see for anyone who loves the music of Waters. Highly recommended!

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Doris L.

I have never been one to comment on movies in the film review section, I rarely comment on the DVD or DVD rental section, and this was a different case. I have to admit, I watched the film a few times before I actually bought it and I was surprised. I expected a typical mainstream Hollywood movie, I expected it to be a movie I would watch again and again and it was a good one, but I was also surprised. I liked it so much that I bought it. I recommend this film to anyone who likes art, music, films, documentaries and is open-minded. If you are not open-minded, don't watch this movie.

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Robert S.

If you're going to watch a documentary about Waters, you have to be willing to accept his style of humor. And there's no other way to do it, because it's his style. So this documentary was much more of an artist's and his style, than a general look at the history of music. But still, it was a great documentary. There were some great clips of interviews, especially with producer Tony Kaye, and Tom Waits. And the highlight was the concert in New York City that Waters performed. It was the first concert I saw at the theater, and I thought it was brilliant. I've always liked Waters' music, and this concert was a great way to see the man perform. Also, the footage of the riot in Cleveland and the riots in Los Angeles was very interesting. Overall, I enjoyed this documentary, but I can't help but compare it to the documentary on Miles Davis, "The Color Purple". I feel like they're two different movies. But I'm glad I saw the documentary on Waters, because I felt like I'd missed out on a great documentary.

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Willie Ray

Waters' Us + Them is a slow paced documentary that is absolutely essential viewing for anyone who has ever been involved in the music business. It has a great message, and is a must see for anyone who has ever been a musician. This is a documentary about the struggles and trials of the music industry, and the tragedies and triumphs of the people who create it. The documentary goes through some of the most famous names in rock music and shows how they were affected by the music industry, and how they have become what they are today. The music is still powerful today, and still has an impact on the people who are influenced by it. The documentary starts out in the early 90's with Frank Zappa, who had just written a song about his father's death, and it was going to be used for the soundtrack of the film. Zappa was a legend in the music business, and he was willing to let the film be made, but he had to wait another year before he could see it. The film is also about Bob Dylan, and the great music he is able to make and receive from his fans. As a musician, I am completely impressed by the quality of the film. It is so well put together, and it doesn't just have some music video with the lyrics on the top of the screen. It is full of interviews with musicians and other people who have been affected by the music industry. The film is also very well done. It is very stylish, and the cinematography is really impressive. The editing is really good, and the footage is very well organized. The music in this film is really good. It's a really great documentary, and it will be a great way to start your day. I strongly recommend this film.

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Rebecca Sanders

Waters is one of my favorite music artists and I love the music. I was also interested in seeing his life and how he has changed over the years. I was very surprised with the depth of the film. The story was interesting, although I was a little confused at times. The filmmaker did an excellent job of capturing the music and the people. I was also very impressed by the interviews with the musicians and bands who were in the band. The one thing I did not understand was how it was possible to be married to a woman in the '60s and not be gay. I was also a little confused about the lyrics for the songs. I had no idea that it was supposed to be a gay love song.

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Zachary B.

I am going to be honest. I didn't know what to expect from this documentary. I was excited to see the musical world of Pink Floyd come to life in such a way that I could relate to the band and their music. But I was a little disappointed. Not only was the music not as good as I had hoped, but the movie was less than enjoyable. The documentary seemed to me to be very superficial and lacking any real depth. I think the film could have been a little more thought out and had a greater focus. In the end, I really feel that this film should have been a little more enjoyable. If you haven't seen the movie, I think you should give it a chance, but if you have, I would say go for the original and try to enjoy it as much as I did.

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Hannah

This is a great documentary. It's not the most interesting, but it is informative. It is a fascinating look at the music industry and how it affects people. It is a little slow, but the director does a good job of keeping you interested in what is going on. There are a lot of great interviews with artists. This film is a great way to understand the music industry, and I would recommend it to anyone. It's a good movie, but not great. It's a little slow at times, but it is still worth watching. I would recommend it to anyone. 9/10