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  • Format: Widescreen, Colour
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, Portuguese
  • Dubbed: None
  • Subtitles For The Hearing Impaired: None
  • Audio Description: None
  • Region: All Regions (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9 - 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Exempt
  • Studio: Eagle Rock
  • DVD Release Date: 7 Jan. 2013
  • Run Time: 142 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (86 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B009SP4YTG
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,228 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Crossfire Hurricane , directed by Brett Morgen, is released as part of the ongoing 50th anniversary celebrations of The Rolling Stones. This superb new film tells the story of the Stones unparalleled journey from blues obsessed teenagers in the early sixties to their undisputed status as rock royalty. All of The Rolling Stones have been newly interviewed and their words form the narrative arc that links together archive footage of performances, news coverage and interviews, much of it previously unseen. Taking its title from a lyric in Jumpin Jack Flash , Crossfire Hurricane gives the viewer an intimate insight into exactly what it s like to be part of The Rolling Stones as they overcome denunciation, drugs, dissensions and death to become the definitive survivors. Over a year in the making and produced with the full co-operation and involvement of The Rolling Stones, Crossfire Hurricane is and will remain the definitive story of the world s greatest rock n roll band.

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4.6 out of 5 stars

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Alex Mason on 13 Feb. 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This DVD was a must-have for me after seeing the documentary at one of its special screenings at the movies.
And watching it on a television screen doesn't take much away from what is a fantastic viewing experience.

It's a great overview of the Stones' rich history, taking the viewer through the many transformations of the stars, full of humour, wit and fabulously rock'n'roll tales.

It's filmed in such a way that often you feel as though you are right there - whether it's feeling the exultation at Madison Square Garden or a real sense of fear at the infamous Altamont Speedway concert.

Narrated by the voices of the Stones as they are today lends some great hindsight and insight to the historical footage.

I can't recommend this DVD enough to all Stones fans and those looking for an introduction to these musical greats.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jack Daniel on 27 Jan. 2013
Format: Blu-ray
This is simply a list of the Extra Features on the Region 2 (U.K.) edition of the Blu Ray version.
1. Two live performances including film of the band getting off the plane and leaving in a car at Munster,West Germany 11th September 1965,
the live tracks are: 'Satisfaction' and 'I'm All Right' (There is some great footage of Brian Jones playing live here)
All this film is in very good quality black and white and is all filmed with multiple cameras (one on stage) and has reasonably good sound quality for the year. (this all runs for a total of 08:36)
2. Interview with Director Brett Morgan (this runs for a total of 10:48)
3. The Sound And Music Of Crossfire Hurricane (this runs for a total of 05:30)
4. Theatrical Trailer for Crossfire Hurricane (01.06)
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41 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Martin Leitch on 27 Oct. 2012
Format: DVD
If you buy one Rolling Stones DVD - Make it this one. A true labour of love produced my Mick Jagger himself; Crossfire Hurricane is now officially THE definitive Stones documentary. Although there are a plethora of Stones films out there, mostly excellent, this is now the one to get. Although it's not a concert film, you do get full tracks and live excerpts from various concerts throughout their fifty year career, from very early television appearances playing early blues tracks like Little Red Rooster to later era classics like Miss You. The documentary covers the band's full career, although it does focus mainly on their best era, 64' to about 72', looking at everything from line up changes to drug busts. Surprisingly, one thing it didn't focus on were the actual records themselves, there no comments on the making of classic records like Beggars Banquet, Let it Bleed or Exile on Main Street, but this is not bad thing, as there are countless DVDs that look at this in depth already. Throughout the film, you get bits of old interviews, as well as archive pictures and home film. Starting off right at the begging, you get a small insight as to what life must have been like for the Stones in the early days through revealing commentaries all of the bands surviving members. The new interviews are audio only, which is actually a good thing, as instead of repeated cutting back to whoever is speaking; the film is free to show concert film. Really, if you are Rolling Stones fan, you have to own this. Forget the rest of the stuff released to cash in on the bands fiftieth anniversary; this is the one to get. It's a superbly made documentary that ranks up there as one of the best docs I've seen in a long time, and is a must own for fans of the band.Read more ›
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By timothy michael constable on 7 Oct. 2013
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As a potted history of the the Rolling Stones early days through to their megastar status today, this is an unmissable DVD!
The birth of this Rock'n'Roll phenomenon is shown in nitty gritty detail! Plenty of early days film footage including stacks of back stage clips! Genuinely unmissable!
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It is high time for a look back on an illustrious career that has famously had more than its fair share of sex, drugs and rock n' roll. However, those looking for a Beatles Anthology-esque examination will be disappointed. This is more ramshackle than that, much like the band themselves. This is a concise one-off film of only 118 minutes. Considering it took director, Brett Morgan, four months to wade through the archive footage (with assistance from co-producer, Mick Jagger), it is a shame that he hasn't been minded to create a more sprawling work, befitting of the Stones' lengthy career. In fact, the documentary ends abruptly at around 1977, and offers nothing after this date, save for closing credit live footage of Exile On Main Street track 'All Down The Line' lifted from the 2008 film, Shine A Light.

Opening with colour backstage footage and a live rendition of 'Street Fighting Man', attention soon turns to the early days, and the maelstrom that consisted of live performance in the early and mid-60s for the Rolling Stones, with the incessant screaming and stage invasions. Emphasis is firmly placed on what it must have been like have been within this vortex, having to deal with a rapid ascent and devotional teenage girls (England) and boys (the rest of the world).

Whilst discussing the early period, coverage is given in a frank manner as to the band's feeling about the demise of original band member, Brian Jones. Whilst acknowledging his talent, it turns out that the band felt a degree of inevitability over his eventual death. Even though an element of mystery hangs over the drowning, Jones' relationship with drugs is well-known (Godard's film, Sympathy for the Devil, shows an induced and distracted Jones in the studio).
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