فيلم SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock

SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock

SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock is a movie starring Mick Rock. A joyride that delves deep into the mind of rock and roll's greatest living photographer: Mick Rock.

Other Titles
写真家ミック・ロック ロック・レジェンドの創造主, Strzał! Psycho-duchowa mantra Rocka, Shot! The Life and Death of Mick Rock
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Music, Documentary, Biography
Director
Barney Clay
Actors
Mick Rock
Country
USA, UK
Year
2016
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

SHOT! The Mick Rock Documentary is an odyssey into the colorful and crazy recesses of rock 'n' roll's history. A reckless joyride that delves deep into the mind of rock's greatest living photographer: Mick Rock. Told through the distorted lens of rock 'n' roll mythology, icon-maker, psychedelic explorer, shambolic poet and custodian of dreams, Mick Rock navigates his story from the glam rock shimmer of London to the snarl of NYC punk, and deep into the new millennium. Awaiting heart surgery after after a series of heart attacks, Mick turns inward to face himself - his past, the present and the future that will be born from the ashes of his resurrection. He stretched his nervous system to the limit to bring us the iconic images of the likes of David Bowie, Syd Barrett, Blondie, Queen, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop. He shot them all and imprinted them on our collective psyche forever. "I'm still in awe of the power of the camera and its magical reflections. In many ways I love it more than ever." This is The Mick Rock story.

Comments about music «SHOT! The Psycho-Spiritual Mantra of Rock» (14)

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Harold Schmidt

I was raised on the rock & roll of the 60's & 70's, so I was shocked when I found out that this documentary was NOT a documentary about the bands of the 60's & 70's. It was a documentary about the bands that came out in the 80's. The Rock (Cream, Def Leppard, Tom Petty, Deep Purple, etc) bands of the 80's were all in it, but in the documentary, the movie makers didn't even mention that. If you don't know who the bands were, you would have to see the movie to find out. It was a very interesting film, but it was so very superficial. If you like music, you will love this film. If you don't like music, you will hate this film. I am glad that I didn't pay to see this in the theater. It would have been an utter waste of money.

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Grace Newman

I was very surprised by the musical quality of this documentary. It was very realistic, and never felt like I was watching an art film. I was also impressed with the cast, and the director's ability to connect with his audience. I felt like I was there, listening to them, rather than viewing a documentary. I will say that I felt that the Director should have focused on a few of the main actors instead of the whole cast, since there are some very talented musicians in this film. It's a shame that this documentary was not as successful as the others that I have seen. I would recommend this film to anyone interested in Rock music, or even just music. I would also recommend it to anyone who is into documentaries, because it is definitely worth the time and effort. Enjoy.

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Kelly

This documentary was a very enjoyable film, and I'm glad I went to see it. It really captured the essence of the film, and it made me really think about it. The music, the performances, the performances, the music. Everything was great. It was a very well-rounded film. I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys rock music, or just general rock film, and to anyone who likes documentaries. 8/10.

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Gloria D.

I found this film very moving and very powerful, even though I was in no way a fan of Dave Grohl's music, nor his subsequent career. In fact, I never had heard of him until this film, and I found the documentary incredibly insightful and insightful, despite the obvious references to Foo Fighters. The filmmaker did a great job in the areas of playing the music and playing it well, and the documentary was really quite balanced, with some strong voices and also some very strong opinions. The filmmaker also did a great job in the area of interviewing the band members. In particular, he interviewed Grohl and Dave Grohl's mother, and what they both had to say was very insightful. I really enjoyed the way he talked about the original Foo Fighters, who were so young, when they were young, and how he had such a great connection with them. This film is definitely not for everyone, but if you're into music and music documentaries, you should definitely check this one out. 8/10

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Harry Ellis

The best thing about the "Rock Against Evil" tour is the way it has been presented. The intent is not to criticize, but to celebrate. It is a great chance for the band members to go back to the studio and talk about their childhood and how they got to where they are now. They talk about the road, how their bands went to the studio, and the band members in general. This is a fun, if not deep, documentary. The film is an exciting journey that should be watched and understood. This film is a good tool to show the band members, fans, and even those who are not familiar with the band. The film was edited and presented in a way that was well done. The film has a great style and is really well presented. The film does a great job of keeping the audience engaged and the band members go through a lot of personal stuff, while talking about their careers and what it was like to be in the band. The film does a great job of showing how music is a form of life itself and how the music has the power to heal and heal the people. I would recommend this film to anyone who is interested in the band members. This film is a great tool for the fans and the band members. If you are a fan of the band and would like to see this film, then it is well worth watching.

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Maria W.

I first came across this movie when I was in college. I had a friend who loved the band. So I asked him if I could get him a copy. He didn't want to, but he gave me a copy anyway. I thought it was good. I was surprised to find out that this movie was a documentary, so I bought it. I just watched it tonight, and I was blown away by the power of this movie. I have never been in a band, but I can tell you that I've learned a lot about the world of music. The movie is about the rise of the band, and how they came together, and how the band changed as a result of that. They've also touched on other things that have come up in the music business. The actors in this movie are great, and really bring this movie to life. I highly recommend this movie. You'll be surprised at how much you'll learn about the music business, and the music industry in general. I was shocked to find out that the only thing I knew about the band was the band name. I thought that was really cool. So, if you want to learn a little bit about the music business, or just see a great documentary about the band that inspired the whole music business, then this is the movie for you. I give it an 8 out of 10.

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Nicole G.

Boring, boring, boring. I really don't know what they were trying to accomplish with this movie. If they wanted to make it an art film, why did they not go to the guy who made Apocalypse Now or even the guy who made Cattle Decapitation and show him the process of making a movie and what to look for in a movie. They could have shown him what the process is like and if you have not seen it, you can still appreciate it. It's one of those movies that you can watch over and over and still not get bored of it. I can't help but think they tried to be art but were boring.

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Zachary

I recently saw this movie at a screening in London. It was well worth the ticket price. The film was produced by the same people who brought us "Dune" and "Star Wars" (although they are not part of the same story). The director, Howard Shore, is one of the most underrated directors working today. The use of sound and photography was very well done. The most impressive thing about this movie is the talent of the cast. It is a shame that they have not been given the recognition they deserve. I saw this movie in a small theater with a small crowd, and it was a great experience. The director is able to maintain the interest and the dramatic tension throughout the movie, and the audience is able to see and feel the conflict. I am not a fan of big budget movies. I am more of a drama/horror/thriller fan. The main reason I would recommend this movie is that it is a great movie that you can watch again and again. It will never be the same again. This movie is a must see for anyone who enjoys a good story and a good story told with great music.

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Deborah C.

This is a great documentary about the legendary John Lennon and the music he made during his last years. It is fascinating to see how he used music and his extraordinary vision to express his ideas about life and the world. The film is amazing in that it shows you the artistry that he put into his songs, but also the difficulty of performing them in live performance. The most compelling part of the documentary is how he lived and worked at the peak of his fame. It is a great insight into how he was able to make music that was more than just a sound. The other aspects of his life, especially his relationship with Yoko Ono and the tumultuous relationship with his mother, are also very interesting. The documentary is extremely well-made, especially considering the fact that it is not based on Lennon's own words, but on interviews with people who were close to him, including his friends, family, and his music producer. The music that he played in the documentary is also amazing. He uses the most modern music in his songs, and he seems to be able to tell stories about the music he was listening to. This is the greatest documentary of all time. It's a very inspirational and very touching film that makes you think about how important music is. I highly recommend it.

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Walter Anderson

This is a very well done documentary that is well-made, well-paced, and quite intriguing. It's interesting to see how the music has come to be regarded as the most significant aspect of rock music, and how it is viewed by many people. I'm not a fan of rock music, but I like the music. I like the message that is conveyed, and the way that the music is seen as a gateway to a spiritual experience. The documentary was made in an interesting way. It's a well-organized way to show us how rock music has come to be perceived as the most important aspect of rock music. It is a very interesting documentary that you should see. 8/10

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Willie D.

I am not a fan of rock music, but when I saw this movie I really had to watch it. I think this movie is great for anyone who has an interest in spirituality and rock music. It has some amazing footage of the band and other people involved in the band. The music is great. I would recommend this movie to anyone who is interested in spirituality and rock music. The movie was also very interesting to see because the band is very religious and very religious people are involved in rock music. I would recommend this movie to anyone who wants to learn more about rock music and spirituality. The DVD has a great collection of music videos. I think this DVD should be sold to any and all rock music fans.

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Ann

In a year where a movie with a political agenda has been making huge waves in the movie business, we had the opportunity to watch a movie that was unique and rich in the music industry, and with an amazing story. Michael Stipe and Tom Waits were perfect in their roles and it was great to see them on screen together. The story of the movie is amazing and there are moments that are hilarious, touching and most importantly, very meaningful. The movie has an amazing plot, has great characters and is a great movie to watch with friends. I have recommended this movie to people, and I am sure that it will become a favorite of many. The music in this movie is perfect and there is a great music video of "The Power of Now" that you should watch. It is also very easy to see why Michael Stipe is one of the best guitarists of all time and what he is capable of. The only thing that I didn't like about the movie was that it could have been longer and more complete. I think that the movie should have had more music and scenes with Michael Stipe and Tom Waits. But the music and scenes in this movie will be a big part of my personal library, so I am sure that I will be purchasing this movie.

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Brittany D.

I really enjoyed this movie. I was completely blown away by the amount of times the movie played in my theater. I really recommend this film to anyone who enjoys good movies. I especially liked the ending.

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Timothy Roberts

I've seen the film twice now, and it's become one of my favorites. I was surprised at how little there was to go on, and it's always great to see how the music is transformed into a piece of art. There's not much to go on. It's basically the story of The Who and The Stooges in their time as rock musicians. It's really cool, and also a really cool documentary.