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When You re Strange, written and directed by
the award-winning Tom DiCillo, is the first feature
documentary released on The Doors. Graced by the
narration of Johnny Depp, it carries the audience
through the journeys of vocalist Jim Morrison,
keyboardist Ray Manzarek, guitarist Robby Krieger,
and drummer John Densmore. This 90-minute
presentation features never-before-seen rare archival film,
pulled from their inception in 1966 to Morrison s passing in 1971.
These snapshot scenes of the band s history is as much an intimate
experience, as it is revealing.
After being featured at the Sundance, Berlin, Deauville, and San Sebastian Film Festivals, music fans who didn t catch this in
theaters can now relish in this extraordinary documentary. It celebrates the collaborative power of this illustrious rock quartet
and their revolutionary fusion of creativity and thought-provoking rebellion.
It was okay, but I felt unsatisfied by the end. Also, I don't think it was much different/better than the earlier The Doors movie.Published 9 days ago by Matt Sonnenschein
Incredible Music Documentary Film. One of the Greatest Rock Bands of all time. I just wish there could be more releases of the Doors. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Manny Carvajal
This is an awesome documentary on The Doors. To me, this is "THE" documentary to watch about The Doors. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rainey Dawn
This is just brilliant! Everything from the start to beginning tell of the origin of The Doors. I was lucky enough to meet John Densmore & let him sign it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Roxanne
I have recently come to appreciate everything that is The Doors...my recent obsession with them brings shame as I am just now beginning to love Jim, Ray, Robbie, and John. Read morePublished 3 months ago by SALOME
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It has no subtitles or other languages.
Jul 19, 2010 by Carlos Hernandez | See all 2 posts
No. The narration is Depp's, from what I've read I don't think the original narration that was voiced by Tom DiCillo is too different from what Depp's is. There isn't much bonus features on the DVD you can see my review for more info.
Jun 20, 2010 by Jym Cherry | See all 2 posts
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