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Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who/Quadrophenia (2007)

Region: 2
UPC/Barcode: 5053083044749
Released: 15th June 2015
Release type: Retail / Rental
No. of Discs: 3
Catalogue No: 8304474
Category: Music, Rock/Pop
Format: DVD / Box Set
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Film information

Story: Double bill of films featuring The Who. 'Amazing Journey: The Story of The Who' (2007) details the highs and lows of the career of British rock band The Who. The film-makers speak with surviving band members Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend who discuss the group's origins and influences and how they have gone on to become rock legends in spite of the excesses and tragedies which have plagued them over the years. 'Quadrophenia' (1979) follows Jimmy (Phil Daniels), a young Mod looking for pills, thrills and a sense of identity in 1960s London. His increasing reliance on the buzz provided by the gang mentality of his friends reaches its height in the Brighton bank holiday confrontations with the rockers. An inevitable comedown follows when he is expected to return to the plodding banality of everyday life.

Starring: Phil Daniels, Mark Wingett, Philip Davis, Leslie Ash, Sting, Garry Cooper, Gary Shail, Toyah Wilcox, Trevor Laird, Kate Williams, Michael Elphick, Ray Winstone

Cinematographer: Matteo Passigato, Brian Tufano

Directed by: Paul Crowder, Murray Lerner, Parris Patton, Franc Roddam

Music by: Mike Shaw, Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle, The Who

Produced by: Nigel Sinclair, Roy Baird, Bill Curbishley

Subject: Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend, John Entwistle, Keith Moon

Written by: Mark Monroe, Dave Humphries, Martin Stellman, Franc Roddam

DVD information

Studio/distributor: Universal Pictures

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