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  • Actors: Vinny Appice, Pat Cash, Bruce Dickinson, Ronnie James Dio, Janick Gers
  • Directors: Sam Dunn, Scot McFadyen
  • Writers: Sam Dunn, Scot McFadyen
  • Producers: Andy Taylor, Dave Pattenden, Lisa Clapperton, Rod Smallwood
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: French, Japanese, Hindi, English, Italian, Dutch, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, German
  • Dubbed: English
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: EMI Catalogue
  • DVD Release Date: 25 May 2009
  • Run Time: 113 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (67 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00221U4KQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,462 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)


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65 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Four Violets VINE VOICE on 27 April 2009
Format: DVD

When many people see the title of this DVD they could expect 2 hours of non stop head banging to Iron Maiden, and in that respect may be disappointed. There are numerous snippets from their 2008 world tour in venues as diverse as Mumbai and San Jose, but overall the film provides an insight into the workings of a unique piece of rock history.

In Bruce Dickinson Iron Maiden have a leader who is not only a musician, world class fencer, radio presenter, but a fully qualified commercial airline pilot, and it is his flying prowess which laid the basis for the tour. Several documentaries have been filmed about rock tours and generally comprise endless shots of black flight cases with fleets of Edwin Shirley trucks (other trucking companies are readily available) criss-crossing motorways in the UK and Europe.

It was decided that by modifying a Boeing 757 jet the group, management, and road crew together with staging, lights, and sound equipment could fly around the world perform a show, then take off the following day to the next venue. Perhaps this all sounds tedious but from the first sight of their beautifully sign written plane at Stansted, to the final chord struck in Toronto Canada the film keeps your attention without flagging.

There was a very human element to this documentary and what came across to me is the great family atmosphere the whole touring party created between themselves. The production director deciding he was retiring "again", the comment from the roadies that they can party as hard as anyone but at 7am or before if necessary they will all be ready to work without fail, the friendly banter with the air stewards never getting malicious.
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33 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Mr Paul Savory VINE VOICE on 26 April 2009
Format: DVD
For those who could not get to the cinemas to see this excellent "Rockumentary" filmed from Mumbai to Toronto on the Somewhere Back In Time tour this review concerns only the film (running at 117 minutes)and not the concert disc.
The film was brilliant. Mostly behind the scenes with the road crew and band. Yes, yes it was "This Is Spinal Tap(esque)" but so flippin what. Maiden were shown to work hard, play hard & chillout quietly. The film was superbly edited and nicely laid out chronologically. The groups humour shone through. Harry (Bruce's ex-father-in-law) always told me the old cliche was true of them, "You couldn't meet a nicer bunch of lads". And that's going back about 23 years. It is mainly the subtle humour which carries this film. as all of the live songs are extracts except for Hallowed Be The Name. Hence the inclusion of the concert disc in this package. (According to the dvd cover it is the full concert filmed in 16 different countries).
I will not spoil this film but relaying what happens but it was interesting to listen to the cinema audience I was in (that will be lost when viewing this at home)react to different cultures around the world. Not meaning to be racist, it is just something that a British rock fan base is not used to and that is to see 000's of Indians going hell for leather & singing along to metal. And the Japanese are just wonderfully mental (always have been since Deep Purple & Queen etc in the early 70s). A large chunk of the movie is given to the fans who express their love, devotion & admiration of this cute little beast called Iron Maiden.
OK I have seen the film and will probably watch it once or twice more over the next few years, but no doubt the concert disc will be played a whole lot more.
Thanx for reading this review...
...and of course... UP THE IRONS !!!!!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By O-mindcrime on 11 Mar. 2011
Format: DVD
I watched this with mild interest on the television as I haven't been an Iron Maiden follower for years. This made for an interesting angle on this, because I have got significantly older and so, it would seem, have Maiden. The feel of the tour in between the concerts reminds me of the drudgery of endlessly travelling overseas for business - the feeling of weary familiarity of ending up in a city you've been to before, the soul sapping tedium of travelling on planes and the impersonality of large chain hotels which are simply `not home'. Maiden exhude this air of travel being a necessary evil (part of the job) and tails of sex drugs and rock no roll are a dim and distant memory. Pre concert the tedium of setting up stage in some flea pit is exposed and the band suffer the interviewer with the air of a bunch of blokes who would rather not have to go through all of this 80's rock star flim flam.

Then they hit the stages with all the air of a home town football team playing for their adoring crowds (who are thankfully bonkers throughout this trip). Dickinson, Harris and McBrain, give it 1000% every night and, thankfully, after all these years everything is reassuringly familiar - Murray plays like a guitar teacher with piles, with that curious simper that I've never understood (there aren't many people less obviously metal than this guy) and Smith and Stratton are around somewhere on the stage playing technical stuff, Dickinson is bounding around like a demented dog and Harris endearingly mouths along to all the songs he's written over the years, with his foot firmly placed on the monitor. Maiden are therefore one of life's certainties and it's heart warming to see the same passion in the crowds that they have maintained for eons.
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