The Stone Roses: Made of Stone

The Stone Roses: Made of Stone
UK, 2013
Directed by:

Dir.: Shane Meadows
Prod.: Mark Herbert, Libby Durdy
Scr.: Shane Meadows
Phot.: Laurie Rose
Ed.: Matthew Gray, Chris King, Tobias Zaldua
Music: The Stone Roses
Distributor: Altitude Film Sales
97 mins.

The Manchester louts from The Stone Roses had their breakthrough with impressive impertinence and one of music history's best debut albums in 1989. And on top of that, bad chemistry fucked everything up: drugs, internal ego trips, chaotic concerts and a strained relationship with the press and management. When the legendary band reunited again three years ago, director Shane Meadows was ready with his camera. Ian Brown & co. have never been afraid to cause trouble or answer back, as the band's former record label boss from FM Revolver felt at first hand when he re-released the debut EP without the band being consulted. The result: a smashed office and a wife covered in white paint. Shane Meadows is a fly on the wall in the rehearsal room, backstage and onstage.

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