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Nobody Someday [DVD] [2002]

Robbie Williams , Guy Chambers , Brian Hill (IV)    Exempt   DVD
4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
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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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