The Rolling Stones: Sweet Summer Sun - Hyde Park Live

2013

Documentary / Music

81
IMDb Rating 8.1 10 371

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Mick Jagger as Self
720p.BLU
1.06 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
121 min
P/S N/A / N/A

Movie Reviews

Reviewed by tgrace-885-301668 9 / 10 / 10

A truly classic Rolling Stones film

For any avid fan of the stones this film is a must. Jagger at 70 is amazing! All the classics are here including their latest 'Doom and Gloom'! The visuals of the crowd and the surroundings really bring you close to the whole atmosphere of the concert. Jagger hams it up with a shapely, soulful, sister on 'Gimme Shelter'. Even Mick Taylor makes guest appearance! For me this film is more real than 'Shine a Light'. Perhaps the director was trying to capture the essence of the Stones. Their are flashbacks to their earlier years for that taste of nostalgia. The sound is simple and cut back to the classic rock formula. Richard's mainly uses his classic old telecaster while Ronnie Woods is sporting a shiny new one. This is my first review but I felt compelled to share my views on this film. This film gives you a taste of what they were like and what they can still produce. As Molly Meldrum use to say 'Do yourself a favor'!

Reviewed by Gary_502 / 10

The Rolling Stones Deliver

Intertwined with interesting new interviews and classic footage from their 1969 concert, The Rolling Stones return to Hyde Park in London, England, 44 years to the day for an amazing performance. Atop a spectacular stage with amazing visuals providing the backdrop on several large screens, the band play several of their true classics such as "Jumpin' Jack Flash" "Ruby Tuesday" "Miss You" "Satisfaction" and several others. Mick Jagger proves to be right at home on a stage, Keith Richards and Ron Wood are in top form and Charlie Watts never misses a beat. Plus, remember, the average age for this band is 70. Former Stones guitarist Mick Taylor played his very first gig with the band in 1969 and he returns to join the band on "Midnight Rambler". The band are also backed by some amazing talent on horns, piano and vocals. And the over 100,000 people in attendance seem to enjoy every second. Any Rolling Stones fan will enjoy this film. It has most everything one might expect. True, it may only be rock 'n roll ... but, I liked it.

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