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Look at What the Light Did Now Box set, Import

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  • DVD (Dec 7 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Box set, Import
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B0049IRXAE
  • In-Print Editions: DVD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By K. C. Tomasek on Dec 9 2010
Format: DVD
I can't believe no one's reviewed this yet. I'm listening to the bonus audio tracks as I write this, and they are excellent. The film, the bonus DVD material, basically the whole package is very inspiring. Kudos to the director Anthony Seck, Feist and the rest of the folks involved.
Incidentally I'm not a crazed fan or anything. The fifth star comes as a result of the great value...such a deal!
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Lyricalstar on Jan. 22 2011
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Great item. Exactly as described. Great price. Had a problem with the shipping but contacted the seller and had it within the week. Would definately buy from them again.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful
Sure it's "Art" but is it pleasure? Jan. 1 2011
By Paul Allaer - Published on
Format: DVD
Movie: 3 stars; DVD Extras: 4 stars; CD: 4.5 stars

On the strength of primarily one single song ("1234") that was used for an iPod commercial, multi-talented Feist broke through in 2007 with her album "The Reminder", which is her second album, after 2004's outstanding "Let It Die" album. Feist toured relentlessly to promote "The Reminder", and now we finally get a document from that tour. But did we?

"Look At What The Light Did Now" (DVD 145 min; and CD 59 min.) starts with the 80 min. movie of the same name, and if you think this is a tour documentary, you are sadly mistaken. It is instead a deeply subjective and "artistic" look at how the album came about, intermixed with interviews of the people involved (typical conversation: what about the album cover? should Feist be on it? and if so, how?), and with the occasional clip of a performance (usually part of a song, but not the whole song). The movie is something I doubt I will ever watch again, to be honest. Not engaging enough and frankly not interesting enough. The DVD extras (65 min.) are a different story. They include the full versions of some of the songs you saw in the movie, including a great "Limit To Your Heart", a crazy "This One Jam" (featuring Chilly Gonzalez), 2 short movies (the 15 min. "The Water" and a great 5 min. "Departures", with a clever subplot tied to the "My Moon My Man" video shoot), and the 4 video singles from the album, including of course "1234" but also "My Moon My Man", "I Feel It All" and "Honey Honey". In all, I really enjoyed the DVD extras, although I only wished there were more of the live performances from the tour. The CD (13 tracks; 59 min.) compiles many of the live tracks seen on the DVD, and that's great, as now it really feels like the live CD that the DVD coulda-shoulda been. But beware: tracks 9 through 12 are NOT Feist tracks as such, instead they are solo piano pieces from Chilly Gonzales, based on Feist songs (for example "1234" sounds unrecognizable). I happen to enjoy them quite a bit actually. The last track (also the last scene in the movie) is the Feist duet with Little Wings of the title track, which really sounds nice.

In all, this is quite a mixed bag. I don't care much for the movie, but I really like the live tracks on the DVD and the CD, and in fact I find myself playing the CD more than the DVD. Truth be told, I like Feist's "Let It Die" album better than "The Reminder". I saw Feist on the Reminder Tour when she visited the Bonnaroo Music Festival, and really enjoyed her set, which of course was heavy on "Reminder" tracks but she also play a number of tracks from her first album.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Absolutely stunning! Jan. 13 2011
By N. Woodward - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
If you're a fan of Feist, then you will absolutely love this DVD and CD!
It is a wonderful insight into her creative process and allows you to meet all of the people who contribute to her artistic process while watching them work.
I highly recommend!
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Good documentary Oct. 11 2011
By WTB - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I really enjoy this documentary, the way that it shows Feist and her crew making a great album. Also its interesting to learn more about one of my favorite artist at the time. Great quality with some good shots, and a fun live cd that comes with it.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
If a documentary and art had a baby... It would be Feist's documentary. March 13 2013
By Joshua M. - Published on
Format: DVD
Let me start be saying this: The live album that comes with it is spectacular. On it, there are most of her "top hit" songs that everyone loves, but also, a few covers and such. It's really wonderful, if you love Feist as much as I do.

Needless to say, I really enjoyed the documentary. But this documentary isn't for the average Joe. It is very abstract, obscure, and very bizarre. Some may call it meaningless ridiculousness, but I for one appreciate abstract screenplay. If you are expecting your typical interview, in-the-studio type documentary, you can find that somewhere else. With similarities to dadaism, this contemporary film aims to be strange, but again. I love that about it. As an artist myself, I enjoy it all, and consider it highly inspiring.

Honestly, when I watched it, I paused it to make dinner, and could not wait to get back to the couch and watch it.
Just be warned: It is very, very artsy.
Must-see! Aug. 22 2015
By Andrew A. (Hudson Valley of N.Y.) - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is an amazing look into the great work of the musical artist Feist; I gained a new awesome respect for her and her music a while ago when I viewed this documentary. I recommend this to anyone who likes music and/or live performance, regardless of whether they're Feist fans; it will give you a new appreciation of creative energy, artistic or otherwise.

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