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  • Directors: Shane Meadows
  • Producers: Mark Herbert
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Region: Region B/2 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: Channel 4 DVD
  • DVD Release Date: 5 Nov. 2013
  • Run Time: 96 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00EKFI1JS
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 14,648 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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In 2012, a resurrection no-one thought possible took place when legendary band, The Stone Roses reformed after 16 years.

With unprecedented access to previously unseen archive footage, Made of Stone is a revealing journey through the life of one of the most revered and influential bands in British music history.

Acclaimed film-maker Shane Meadows brings his unique directorial style, humour and emotional depth to the film, capturing the band at work and in their everyday lives as they rehearsed for their much-anticipated reunion, which culminated in three triumphant homecoming gigs at Manchester's Heaton Park in front of 220,000 adoring fans.

Incorporating never-seen-before material spanning the band's musical history, the personal experiences of many of those touched by the band and their music, and unparalleled access to the record-breaking sell-out concerts which took place in summer 2012, this is the definitive record of the definitive band of the past 25 years.

Extra Content

  • Audio Commentary with Shane Meadows (director) and Mark Herbert (producer)
  • Additional Performances including Fan Footage Highlights of Spike Island ‘90
  • Behind the Scenes - Warrington Parr Hall
  • Locating the Rehearsal Venue
  • Shane's Hallelujah Moment
  • Manchester Premiere
  • Channel 4 News Piece
  • Interview with Fans
  • Fan Phone Footage
  • Stoned love: Tour Montage

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The steelbook packaging is very nice indeed collectors should get one now its worth the extra , you get 2 blu ray discs and a dvd of movie only. The movie is a joy to watch the directors love of the band seeps into every frame, there is no muck raking which im glad about but it would have been nice to cover the break up and the year or so without squire as they did carry on for sometime without him and renny , this would have added some balance though its fair to say this was a pretty low point for the band. The film is well crafted i would imagine even people not interested in the band would find something in this film, there is some great early stuff again lacking interviews with early members it does not ponder on these years the focus is the early band rehearsals and the small first gig of the reunited line up at warrington parr hall which is superb the sense of expectation is well handled and palpable in every frame , the real stars here being the gathering fans. Theres plenty of Manchester humour which fans of the band will recognise and detractors would call arrogant the interviews will have detractors squirming me i just laughed out loud at the boys not playing the game. The heaton park footage is superb but would have been nice to see more.
The extras i found somewhat disappointing (sorry shane) whats on there is quality though the overlap in commentery and various director interviews grates and the spike island footage worth the price of the whole package it got some bad press at the time but its clear to see the crowd loved it ..sadly i missed that day and its great to see any clips this is rare stuff i have never seen and was rumoured to exist for years.
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There doesn't need to be an expansive or particularly effusive review here . If you are a fan of The Stone Roses buy this. Simply put, you are watching one of the great bands of the latter part of the 20th century reformed and resurrected (sorry I just had to) in the 21st century . All this is documented by the "British Scorsese" and self confessed Roses fan Shane Meadows. It's filmed with a deft lightness of touch . You don't get ant real revelations about the inner workings of the band and even the most casual fan could probably fill in several of the gaps in their history that aren't mentioned here but the genius of Meadows is that he's let the music do the talking .

The heart of the film is the footage from the band rehearsals as the various band members twinkle and smile there way through smoldering versions of "Something's Burning" and "Don't Stop". Meadows takes you right into the centre of the room and crucially captures the interplay between the band-mates, a raised eyebrow here, a fumbled note there it's all beautifully subtle, you can feel the love there and you'll be watching smiling as the band fall into place. There's not a great deal in the way of drama, a post Amsterdam gig strop by Reni is glossed over as the fan in Meadows doesn't want to step on any toes preferring just to document it from the audiences's point of view . It doesn't really matter though as they make their way to their triumphant return with the Heaton park shows showing that this isn't just about the past but about the future as The Roses prove they are at the very height of their powers. Fools Gold is rolled ,caressed and teased as they toy with the groove making it at times like Can and Squire, Reni and Mani cheekily throw in the odd Chic or Beatles riff.
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Decided to treat myself after watching the Shane Meadows film on Film4. I'd been as many, a big fan of the Roses from the release of The Stone Roses album years ago. I was overjoyed when it was announced they were reforming. As someone who wasn't lucky enough to go and see them in the warm up concerts and missed out on tickets for Heaton Park. This passion project from Shane Meadows was a must have.

It was a no brainer to purchase the 3 disc (Blu-ray+DVD) steelbook edition. I wouldn't normally bother with a steelbook copy of a film but this was special circumstances and well worth the extra pounds. The design of the box is eye catching and the Blu-ray quality doesn't disappoint. The picture is great as is the sound and all the extra features make this that much better.

If your a true Stone Roses fan, buy this for those who haven't already and if that's you. Shame on you!
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I bought this for my husband for Christmas and he can't stop smiling and thanking me enough. I think I have made a 50 year old man very Happy
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This has to be one of the greatest moments in documentary cinema history. Meadows excels here and also surprises with a technical and emotional master class in filmmaking. A reunion all fans had given up hope on ever happening, not only happens but is captured by the greatest living british director. There is a god!
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When seminal Manchester band the Stone Roses hired 'This is England's' Shane Meadows to shoot the bands reformation in a new documentary you immediately think of all the lost footage, court cases & break-up tantrums Meadows would be able to bring out in this film & explore. Sadly what we get is a prolonged advert for the Heaton Park re-union gigs and the dizzy excitement of fans queuing up for wristbands for a free gig in Warrington. On the minimal occasions when Ian Brown or John Squire address the conflicts that led to the Roses acrimonious split you still feel that something is being held back-Reni is non-existent in the film except for his stage presence and this is later explained by the fact that he 'never wanted to be more famous'-the Silvertone legal dispute in clouded over, as is the problematic signing to Geffen and the recording of Second Coming-the most exciting footage is not the reformed Roses on stage but the early 'bleached blonde' gigs where Ian Brown looks to be channelling the influence of Manchester's other godlike son Morrissey. Mani seems to be the only member of the band who exudes confidence and utter fear at the reformation but takes everything in his stride. At times Made of Stone seems less documentary and more concert promotion-with all parties less than enthusiastic to uncover the past and look more into the future-Spike Island is hardly mentioned and it falls to the Roses fans to place their music into historical context & each fan exudes passion and love for the Roses and their music-more than the band seems to want to acknowledge. Don't come to Made of Stone expecting a Filth & the Fury warts & all docu-drama. Just appreciate how effortlessly the Roses came back & enjoy the new footage while they are still around...
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