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White Diamond / Show Girl Homecoming [DVD] 
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DVD1 1. White Diamond (The Film) 2. Kids (Featuring Dannii) DVD2 4. Act 1 - Showgirl 5. Act 2 - Taboo 6. Act 3 - Temple 7. Act 4 - Athletica 8. Act 5 - Dreams 9. Act 6 - Pop Paradiso 10. Act 7 - Space 11. Act 8 - Encore 12. Overture - The Showgirl Theme 13. Better The Devil You Know 14. In Your Eyes 15. White Diamond 16. On A Night Like This 17. Shocked 18. What Do I Have To Do 19. Spinning Around 20. Confide In Me 21. Cowboy Style 22. Finer Feelings 23. Too Far 24. Butterfly (Video Interlude) 25. Red Blooded Woman 26. Slow 27. Kids (Featuring Bono) 28. Somewhere Over The Rainbow 29. Come Into My World 30. Chocolate 31. I Believe In You 32. Dreams 33. Burning Up 34. The Locomotion 35. I Should Be So Lucky 36. Hand On Your Heart 37. Can't Get You Out Of My Head 38. Light Years 39. Especially For You 40. Love At First Sight Extras 41. . In Denial (Showgirl Tour) (Re-edit) 42. Je Ne Sais Pas Pourquoi (Showgirl Tour) (Re-Edit) 43. Confide In Me (Showgirl Tour) (Re-Edit) 44. Please Stay (Showgirl Tour) (Re-Edit) 45. Your Disco Needs You (Showgirl Tour) (Re-Edit)
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In theory, this could have been a fascinating look into the heart of modern stardom, an essay on fame-beyond-talent, a more daring variant on In Bed With Kylie, this film exists only because the cameraman is her trusted confidant and 'gay husband'.. and thus Kylie herself finds that, given the position of the filmaker, anything truly exposing is left on the cutting room floor. Unlike Robbie Williams similar, but far more fascinating Nobody Someday, this fails to reveal Kylie. What the film shows is someone who, despite having recently battled cancer and heartbreak, just dogmatically ploughs on. 'Our Brave Kylie' keeps smiling, keeps dancing, keep working, knowing neither happiness or unhappiness, showing neither despair or even anything other than quiet tiredness, Kylie proves that above almost all things, the show must and will go on.
Kylie smiles. Kylie giggles. Kylie dances. Kylie looks a bit tired. Kylie exhibits the limited emotional range - or, if your prefer the fixed stability - of Roger Moore, without the ability to raise an eyebrow. Aside from a computer failure, the tour documented shows no daramas but is a finely honed, slick machine geared towards efficiently extracting money with immensely enjoyable vaudeville pop that merely imitates the emotions.
Ultimately, it makes Being Kylie look easy. It's the Anti-Radiohead.Read more ›
**As seen at selected cinemas and on TV**
Ultimately, I found WHITE DIAMOND to be a feature length `Behind The Scenes' for the SHOWGIRL: HOMECOMING tour. We meet the backing singers, dancers, wardrobe assistants, Kylie's manager, vocal trainer & 'friend' Bono (U2). Despite this impressive entourage, there's nothing really exciting going on most of the time, unless you count the edge-of-your-seat thrill of a late dancer.
Kylie - the reason this documentary exists - comes of as little more then a giggly, smiley character in a children's TV program. She automatically puts on an act whenever she sees a camera. her speeches are practiced and there's rarely any real emotion shown. You have to wonder what got cut out. We see her turning off the camera when she's had enough, and the only hard(ish) hitting question she is asked; "Do you feel trapped [by fame]" goes unanswered. To put it bluntly; The Saintly image she works so hard to perfect is boring. I used to be a massive fan, but her image obsession has put me right off.
The only gritty parts are when we see a tired Kylie sleeping on her dressing room floor. Seeing the hundreds of people in WHITE DIAMOND, and then considering the fact that her sister is the only person to voice concerns over Kylie's health, is very sad. Is everyone milking Kylie, or is she - a well known workaholic - pushing them? Either way, here's WHITE DIAMONDS message; Money over health and wellbeing.
Something that really grated on me is the `Director'. I'm not a fanatic who hates everyone who is close to and/or is competition to Saint Kylie i.e. William Baker, Dannii, Madonna etc, but really. I thought directors mainly worked behind the camera, but Will is in nearly every frame.Read more ›
The accompanying "White Diamond" documentary is a personal portrait of the singer by her stylist/director/"gay husband" William Baker. Unlike David Furnish's portrait of his partner Elton John "Tantrums and Tiaras", or the infamous "In Bed With Madonna", it's not a controversial exposé - more an affectionate look at the rigours of touring and the ups and downs of being a working creative. There's not much of on/off lover Olivier Martinez, but there's a glimpse of Bono's guest appearance at the Sydney show, some great backstage banter and a moving sequence with sister Dannii. We don't learn much about Kylie that we didn't already know, but the film is always watchable and she does emerge with her dignity - and much of her privacy - deservedly intact.
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I found that Kylie didn't really reveal anything about herself, it was fairly boring to be honest.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
White diamond... or diamond in its roughest form? You be the judge!Published 14 months ago by PASCUCCI SANDRO
Have wanted this for a fair few years, excellent concert and kylie once again showing why she is the ultimate star. Read morePublished 20 months ago by L. Morris