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  • Actors: Robbie Williams, Guy Chambers, Gary Nuttall, iZLER, Yolanda Charles
  • Directors: Brian Hill (IV)
  • Format: Colour, DVD-Video, Import, PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: German, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Chrysalis
  • DVD Release Date: 8 July 2002
  • Run Time: 99 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000068RQ5
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 82,776 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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DVD Special Features:

Interactive Quiz presented by tour manager Andy Franks, with exclusive cutting room floor footage
Exclusive tour photographs by Scarlet Page and Diana Scrimgeour
Picture: 16:9

Languages (including menus): English, French, German and Spanish
Audio: English Dolby Digital Stereo; Dolby Digital 5.1 Surround Stereo; French Stereo; German Stereo; Spanish Stereo
Subtitles: English; French; German and Spanish
Region Code: 1,2,3,4,5 & 6

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The rock-umentary Nobody Someday both challenges and reaffirms everything we know, love and hate about Robbie Williams. Directed and narrated by Brian Hill, the man behind the infamous early-90s Australian docu-soap Sylvania Waters, the film is a frank representation of Robbie's 2001 European tour, which isn't always that sympathetic towards the star. Although Williams' continuous discussion about his shortcomings is at times endearing, his obsessive chattering and self-pity about his alcohol and drug problems soon sounds like a worn-out old record. It's also not always apparent when Williams is playing the fool and when he is not: the infamous hotel room scene, when Robbie convincingly rants to the camera about the German Chancellor commandeering his hotel suite, is a case in point.

Shot in both colour and black and white, the film is a mix of some stunning live concert performance material and revealing behind-the-scenes footage. Key events featured include an obsessed fan pushing Williams off stage in Stuttgart, and the comical technical problems at the Paris gig. Despite the production's attempts to demystify star, it actually generates many more questions than it answers, adding further complexities to the brand/man known as Robbie Williams.

On the DVD: Nobody Someday on DVD has a bonus quiz presented by Andy Franks, which features questions about the film. Each correct answer results in exclusive clips from the tour which didn't make it to the final cut of the film. These include Robbie declaring his undying love for his housemate and life-long pal Jonathan Wilkes, and exclusive live performances from the tour. There's also a bonus photo gallery, which features some stunning photographs taken by Scarlet Page and Diana Scrimegeour. --John Galilee

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Gem on 17 Nov. 2002
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If i wasn't a 'Robbie Fan', i would probably have viewed this DVD differently. Although it could be viewed as a little self-obsessed, it could also be viewed as the story of a man with a split life. Half his life, the professional side, has been in the main, enormously succesful, but his private life, has been hellish, (filled with drugs, alcohol, relationship troubles and all the rest we don't even know about)! Yes, this documents his ramblings and moanings, but give the guy a break and give him a bit of respect for being clean! In summary, the story is of a guy who starts off very depressed and hating his life and himself and ends up realising just how lucky he is. It will make you laugh and it will make you cry. If it doesn't, you're probably not the 'Robbie Fan' that you thought you were. But all this aside the performances are amazing and there are lots of them. The DVD itself, is probably less important than the content, which is an insight into the man that is Robbie Williams!
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Sonja on 8 Aug. 2002
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Having followed his career from the start it comes as no surprise that Nobody Somebody, a stark and honest account of life as Robbie Williams on a day to day basis, is both depressing and uplifting. Poet? Comedien? Artist? There are many sides of Mr. Williams that sit side by side in this no holds barred documentary of his rollercoaster ride of a life. If you're looking for a frank, unbiased and eye opening account from the man himself, exposing his darkest and happiest moments, look no further than this...
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By "cheldom" on 19 Nov. 2003
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I discovered Robbie Williams after the release of his album "Swing when you're winning" and the Albert Hall Concert, which I think it is one of the bravest and most remarkable projects any present day pop star has ever take up. Before that, I thought he was just another brat raisen from the campest and stupidest boy band in history. Now I believe he will be one of the brightest music star of this decade (at least in Europe, since in USA they do not seem interested -who cares anyway when you have sold 30 million records worldwide?-)
Since then I have loved his work and has been quite curious abou the man behind his public persona (I do not mean all the scum on the tabloids) and I think this documentary, shot with honesty, simplicity and much more objectivity than your average pop-star biopic, gives you a close look into his contradictions and love-hate relationship with stardom. However, you can't avoid thinking that, being as he is the ultimate actor and entertainer, perhaps everything he "discovers" about himself in the film isn't but another mask. Anyway, and despite all his contradictions, by comparison the rest of marketing-made pop stars seem dull, flat and conventional.
Favourite moment: his love declaration to best mate Jonathan Wilkes (hidden extra footage. Very touching not-gay (so they affirm) manly affection
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8 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Paul Staveley on 13 July 2002
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Robbie's clearly got something to be proud of. As Britain's foremost popstar, he's got the world (except America) at his feet, and he's not afraid to show off about it. However, this film-intended to be a revealing insight into the way he works, shows hm up to be perhaps a little to self-obsessed for his own good. There are some genuinely moving parts of this film, Robbie's tear filled eyes as he realises how lucky he is to be alive as he was attacked on stage in Stuttgart, and the title song-written for this film-is a touching piece as well. There's some great footage of him on stage-proving why he's so good, there's some hilarious bits as well, so it's well worth buying, just be prepared for occasionally wishing he'd shut up and get on with things....who knows, maybe he'll be Nobody Someday-he ought to enjoy being Somebody Today in my view.
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Recommend this dvd to any fan for the store it came from. Good quality cover and disc although second hand. I am extremely happy with the product and will purchase further Robbie dvds from you
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