Die Michael Jackson Doku „Bad 25“ von Spike Lee ist online. Guten Abend.
25 Jahre „Bad“. Die gut 60 Minuten lange Musik Dokumentation „Bad 25“ bietet bisher unveröffentlichte Performances, Video- und Studio-Footage von Michael Jackson und wie er zusammen mit Quincy Jones an der Scheibe arbeitete.
BAD25 chronicles the making of Michael Jackson’s iconic, record-breaking Bad album and Michael’s first world tour as a solo artist. With BAD25, Spike Lee examines Michael Jackson’s creative vision for the album that ended up defining an era. Michael’s lasting artistic legacy comes to life thanks to rare and never before seen footage and the vivid recollections of Michael’s collaborators and confidants, such as Martin Scorsese who directed the 18-minute short film for the single Bad. TIME Magazine called BAD25 “an intimate view of a performer at his peak in the intense splendor of creativity” and the Hollywood Reporter said “restore(s) the reputation of Jackson as a multi-hyphenate musician of peerless discipline, professionalism and perfectionism — not to mention a pioneering influence in dance and fashion.”
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