ZEPPELIN ROCK: Springsteen & I - Crítica de la película (review)

miércoles, 24 de julio de 2013

Springsteen & I - Crítica de la película (review)

Una vez estrenada la película Springsteen & I este finde en todo el mundo mundial, ya han empezado a aparecer las primera críticas de la misma. La película documental, como sabréis, ha sido dirigida por Baillie Walsh y producida por Ridley Scott.

Nos hacemos eco de la particular visión de la peli que desde Ultimate Classic Rock hace Dave Lifton:

There have been a host of strong rock documentaries making their way into theaters recently. This past summer has seen the release of ‘20 Feet From Stardom,’ about professional backup singers, and ‘Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt Me,’ about the cult power-pop band of the early-’70s. And now we can add ‘Springsteen & I’ to the list.

The documentary, directed by Baillie Walsh and produced by Ridley Scott, is comprised almost entirely of homemade videos of fans from all over the world talking about their love of Bruce Springsteen. In between are performance clips, ranging from camera-phone videos to the in-house footage from recent tours, which come directly from Springsteen’s people.

An inherent problem in this approach to filmmaking is that too often the people who contribute are often willing to do and say anything in order to see themselves onscreen portrayed as the world’s biggest fans. Anybody who’s ever cringed at watching a person try to get Springsteen to pull their child onstage during the nightly performance of ‘Waiting on a Sunny Day’ will understand this dilemma.

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