This is not a film for anyone looking for an introduction to Irish band U2's career in the 1980s, but it is a vibrant portrait of an established group making its musical pilgrimage through the America it has always imagined through blues, gospel, and early rock 'n' roll. Filmmaker Phil Joanou (Heaven's Prisoners), a veteran music-video director and maker of the distractingly kinetic Three O'Clock High, finds a suitable outlet for his high energy in this juggernaut of a journey, which finds U2 collaborating with a black gospel choir and B.B. King, recording inside the legendary Sun Records studio, dropping by Graceland, and in a moment of fearlessness, performing the Beatles' "Helter Skelter" to exorcise Charles Manson's sick claim on the song. --Tom Keogh --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
My favorite band growing up. I never get tired of watching this documentary/concert/music video. Its nice to see them mature from when they started up to the present.Published 12 months ago by Hector Bitong
been two and a half months and still have not received video. will not respond to my emails,, i got ripped,,live and learn i guess.Published on March 2 2013 by rob
This is quite a good music video, has some interviews and narration by the band to talk about what is going on. Read morePublished on Jan. 19 2011 by Martin
My advice is unless you cannot avoid it, order through Amazon.com not Amazon.ca. I have made various orders through both shops. Amazon. Read morePublished on March 10 2005 by Mr Paul M Kube
raw, powerful, u2 at their uninterupted best...clearly defines u2 as one of music's best live bands...a peek into their experiences on tour in the US... Read morePublished on April 15 2004
This is one of the ultimate rock movies for me. It ranks alongside The Beatles "A Hard Day's Night." It doesn't really have a story though. Read morePublished on March 15 2004 by T. Hooper