فيلم Mystify: Michael Hutchence

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...

Other Titles
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
Michael Hutchence, Bob Geldof, Helena Christensen, Paula Yates
Country
Australia
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

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» (24)

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Ashley

I think this is the best documentary I have ever seen. I saw this documentary last night, and I'm glad I did. I felt like I was there, and I was talking to the people that were there. I can't understand why this documentary wasn't more well known. I think it deserves more attention. I was amazed at how much Michael Hutchence's life was intertwined with his music. The thing that is very unique about this documentary is the fact that he was a real life artist. He was an incredible artist, and I think that is what made this documentary so great. It is a very entertaining documentary, and it is worth seeing.

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Emily Medina

I've seen this film twice and will continue to do so as long as I'm able. The film is a classic in its own right and the music is amazing. The film is very well-done and the story is well-told. The story is a bit on the long side but I've seen enough movies to know that in a documentary like this you can't take anything for granted. I really enjoyed this film and it's an important film in its own right. I'm sure this film will become a classic in the future. 10/10

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Stephanie Banks

This documentary was originally broadcast on the History Channel in 1990, and was re-aired several times until 2005. It was later re-aired on PBS in 2004. I had never heard of this documentary before, and I was excited to see it. I have to say that it was a great documentary. It was well done, and it was interesting to see how the music industry and music had changed in the 50's and 60's. I felt that it was well done and I recommend it to anyone who wants to learn more about the history of music. It is also interesting to see how music was in the 60's, and how the artists have influenced the music we listen to today. It is definitely worth seeing.

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Teresa V.

The first thing I would like to say about this documentary is that it is a must see for anyone who likes to hear the stories of the music industry. There is so much more to the music industry than what is being covered in this documentary. It is a documentary that gives you the inside look of what it takes to be a part of this industry. The only thing that I found really disappointing was the lack of interviews with the musicians. The stories that were told were amazing, but the interviews were missing. It was like they were too busy trying to get the film to finish, and I felt like it was missing more information. I would have loved to hear more about the people who were involved in the making of the album, as well as the people who were involved in the making of the documentary. I would have loved to hear more from the people who were making the soundtrack. The soundtrack was great, and I think the soundtrack is the best part of the movie. The movie also really goes into detail about the behind the scenes of making the album, and the movie does a great job of showing you the ins and outs of the making of the album. It is a must see for anyone who loves music, or anyone who likes to listen to great music.

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Ann Collins

Michael Hutchence's film "The Night Listener" is one of the best documentaries I have seen in a long time. It is very well-crafted and has a very engaging story to tell. It is a good, well-made movie. It is the kind of film that is worth seeing several times and making the time to watch it. The story of a young woman named Jennifer, who suffered a severe brain injury when she was 15 years old, is told in this documentary. She is now 34 years old and she has no memory of her time in the hospital. She is a journalist who works for a radio station and has a special interest in the paranormal. She has a knack for writing about her experiences with the paranormal. She was fortunate to have her memories back after an accident and this is what she shares with us. I think this film was very well-made. I found the pacing to be very good and it is very well-edited. It is very well-made and well-made documentary. It is not for everyone but it is well worth seeing.

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Adam G.

I love this film. It's so rare to find a film that is so well made. The music is just amazing. The visuals are beautiful and the editing is brilliant. I think it's a great documentary. I love the way they use archival footage, and they show footage from other bands that were around the time that Nirvana was forming. The whole thing is just perfect. If you are a fan of grunge, you will love this film. It's so entertaining and exciting. I hope they do a sequel to this.

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Billy

This documentary about the music of The Beatles is well worth watching. It is a true look into the creative process of the band, their family, their manager and their manager's wife. It is a look into the years that made the Beatles what they were and into the many people that were around the band when it was all starting to happen. The documentary is also a look at the way the band was perceived and how people reacted to it. It is also a look into how the band was perceived by the public. It is a good documentary and worth watching.

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Albert

Michael Hutchence, who is perhaps the best known of the British band, has made a documentary about the life and times of The Rolling Stones. The film is generally very entertaining, and is made up of interviews with people who were part of the band, and the music industry, as well as people who knew the band. I found the film very informative and interesting, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to know more about the band. It is well-made and the actors are all very good, and there are a few surprises along the way. The documentary is very informative and fun to watch, and there are some interesting facts about the band that I learned about during the film. The film is a bit slow in places, but it's still very entertaining. Overall, a good documentary, and it is a shame that this film has not been released on DVD, as it is a great film.

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Bobby H.

The documentary focuses on the life of rock musician and actor Michael Hutchence, and his career from the 1960's through the 1980's. The film is a mixture of interviews and archival footage. It is essentially a chronicle of the artist's life, with a bit of commentary on his career and personal life. It does a good job of presenting his career, and presenting his personal life. The documentary is very informative, and I was very interested in the subject matter. I am not familiar with Michael Hutchence's music, but I was very interested in the history of rock music. I also enjoyed the fact that the film did not dwell on the music, but rather focused on the man himself, and his life. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who enjoys music.

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Susan

This is the first movie I've seen that made me feel like I was there, the atmosphere and atmosphere that was created was almost overwhelming. It was almost as if I was in the theater myself. I was able to look around me and see how much the musicians, their families, and the fans had taken to their music. The pictures they took were so beautiful and so emotional. They showed us how the fans were so involved in the band and what it was like to live through the recording sessions and live performances. This movie really hit home for me. I thought that it was an amazing movie, and I recommend it to anyone who is into music. I give it a 10 out of 10.

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Crystal Turner

I'm a big fan of music and have been for years, but when I heard that this documentary would be based on the music of the Grateful Dead, I was a bit skeptical. But after seeing it, I'm in love with this film. I think it's great. There's no doubt that the documentary is going to be a hit. It really does a great job of covering the life of the Grateful Dead. It's not perfect, but I can't wait to see it again. And if you're a Deadhead, it's a must-see.

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Betty Sandoval

The movie starts out with the start of the music and then we move into the career of one of the most influential rock musicians of all time, Led Zeppelin. I enjoyed the movie, and I thought it was well done. The interviews with musicians, actors, and their families were very interesting. I would have liked to have seen more footage of Zeppelin performing. However, the film was very well done and I would recommend it to anyone who likes rock music and/or history.

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Jeffrey P.

I never liked Michael Hutchence and never will. His documentary style is a bit too over the top, but his subject matter is compelling and the film is good. The film is interesting and fun, but the music videos are a bit overdone. The music videos in this film are well done. If you like Michael Hutchence, then you should like this film. If you don't, then you should skip it. I was surprised that I actually enjoyed this film more than I thought I would. I was pleasantly surprised.

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Julia Palmer

This is a great documentary that makes you feel good and can even make you think about what you've been doing for the past few months. Michael Hutchence is an incredible musician and his story is very inspiring. It's definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen. If you want to know more about the man behind the music then you should definitely watch this film. I think this is the perfect movie for any fan of rock music, or anyone who is just looking for something to think about. I think it's a must-see for everyone, but if you're a musician, this is definitely one of the best documentaries you'll ever see.

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Lauren Meyer

I really enjoyed this film, it was a very honest look at how rock music is made and how the people involved in it make their money. I found it very interesting to see how the music industry really works and how people who make music are viewed. This documentary shows us how much effort goes into the music that is put out, and how hard the people involved in making music must work to keep the musicians alive. I also liked that the film didn't just show how hard the people involved in music work, but also showed us the people who are in it for the money, the fans and the promoters. I think the film should have received more attention than it did. It was definitely a good documentary, I recommend it to anyone who likes rock music or wants to know more about the people who make music.

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Stephen K.

This film, or documentary, is about the life of singer Michael Hutchence, and how he overcame the limitations of his early life, to become a major singer. This documentary is very well made, with some great interviews with other famous singers, and musicians, and also some great music footage from the 1970s. The main focus of the film is on Hutchence's life from his childhood, and how he became a singer, to his early death. It shows how he developed, and made his own music, and how he overcame his family's problems. The main focus of the film is on his music, and how he made his own music. In the early days, he was a struggling musician, and it shows how he was able to take on his own music. The film also shows some of the difficulties he had, with his family, and his own personal life. I felt this film was a bit slow in spots, and the interviews were a bit repetitive, but it was still a very good documentary. It was a bit confusing at times, but it was still a very good documentary. This is a very good documentary, that shows the life of one of the most famous singers in the world.

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Jack Ward

Michael Hutchence has given us the most insightful, informative, and entertaining documentary on the subject of the arts in our time. His story, along with the story of his family and friends, are incredible. The documentary is very short and the film is well edited. The best part of the documentary is the interview with the "hidden" actors. They provide an interesting perspective on their careers, and the documentary includes an interesting interview with one of them, who has gone on to become a leading actor. It is an amazing experience to watch the history of the art world unfold. I recommend this documentary to everyone who loves the arts. It is extremely informative, and the people involved in the documentary have such a unique perspective on the subject.

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Bryan

Michael Hutchence, who has made a name for himself as the world's foremost film critic, is in his element here, taking us through the history of one of the most influential music videos ever made. Hutchence chronicles the film's production and how the resulting video changed the music world forever. He also explores the various ways that music videos were made back in the early '70s, from the popular clips to the more experimental ones. There's a lot to like here, and I was particularly impressed by the interviews with the people involved in the making of the video. I also appreciated the use of music clips from the video, which Hutchence interviews with an incredible amount of insight. This is a great documentary, and I think it will be of great interest to fans of the video.

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Carolyn

I had the privilege of seeing "Istify: Michael Hutchence" at the San Francisco Film Festival. The film is a documentary about the life of Michael Hutchence. It is a moving, often funny, and well made film. The film is not in chronological order, but it is well-made. Michael Hutchence was a singer, actor, and songwriter. He was a pioneer in the music business. He was a major part of the New York Jewish music scene. He was also a pioneering figure in the movement of the gay rights movement in the late 1960s. Michael Hutchence had a real passion for music. He had a talent for writing songs that had a very deep, emotional, and meaningful message. The film explores his life and career. He was an incredible musician and a gifted performer. His songs are very moving and poignant. The film includes interviews with his family and friends. The film also includes his song "Pascha" which is a very moving song that was written in the late 1960s. This is a very moving documentary. I highly recommend this film.

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Lawrence B.

As a fan of film, I wanted to see this documentary, but not knowing that it was about a great film, I was excited to see it. The main character is called "the Ghost" and is a very mysterious person, his friends call him "the Ghost". I would recommend this documentary to anyone that has ever been into a rock band or has been involved in any kind of documentary or film. I would say this documentary is a must see. It's a good documentary and I hope they will do another one in the future.

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Barbara J.

I've been trying to get this movie to see for a few years, and finally watched it. The soundtrack is amazing. I can't believe it was made by the same guy who did "Unplugged", "Disposable Heroes", and "The Ultimate Weapon". I'm so glad that they got the rights to the music. The director, Michael Hutchence, has a real flair for cinematography and composition. He's an extremely talented guy. He's also a great storyteller, and I think he's really going to be a great director in the future. The story itself is really cool, and I can't wait to see what he does next. The performances are great, too. Everyone did a great job, but I really loved the music. I recommend this movie to anyone who wants to see a great documentary. I don't think it's going to get a lot of distribution, but it's worth seeing.

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Debra Shaw

As a music lover, I was excited to see this documentary. I was also worried that it would be very boring and that it would be a "feel good" kind of documentary. I was very pleasantly surprised to find out that it was not a feel good documentary at all. It was a very informative documentary about some very interesting and inspiring people in the world of music. I found this documentary to be very interesting because of the way it was filmed. It was very clear that the director and his crew were on the spot and filming everything that happened. They were not in a studio editing the film and they were not in a recording studio. The camera was right in the middle of the action. I also liked the fact that the documentary didn't have a "happy" ending. It made me think of a documentary called "The Hurt Locker" about soldiers who survived some of the worst combat in the history of war. I found this documentary to be very inspiring because it showed me the struggles that the people of the world go through when they try to make it in the music business. It also made me think about the people who have a passion for music and try to make it as a career. It also made me think about the people who have a passion for life and try to make it as a career. I think that this documentary is a must see for anyone who loves music. It is an important documentary about the world of music and it should be shown in all high schools and colleges as a good source of information about the music business.

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Robert Coleman

I've seen this film over 10 times, and it never gets old. I love this film for its honest portrayal of rock music and the women that were in it. The story of the men in the band and their relationship with the women is one of the most moving I've ever seen. There is a lot of documentary footage of the band members in the early years, and the film does a great job of showing the real characters behind the band, the musicians themselves. I think this film is one of the most important films in rock history. This is not a film to be watched on the weekends or to enjoy while you're drunk. This is a film to be watched over and over again, and to see it again and again. I think that everyone should see this film. It is a film that should be seen by everyone.

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Tiffany K.

This documentary is excellent. It was a great surprise to see this documentary and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has any interest in music, or is a fan of artists or just has an open mind. It was a very entertaining documentary and shows how the internet has affected music. It was great to see artists like Kacey Musgraves, Kacey Musgraves, and many others speak on the camera. It was a very entertaining documentary and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who has any interest in music, or is a fan of artists or just has an open mind.