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on 3 August 2017
Anything with Stevie Nicks in it is a sure fire winner as far as I am concerned. This was a decent length and great to watch.
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on 5 March 2017
Unbelievable, magical, mysterious. Every performance is to be cherished.
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on 2 September 2017
Amazing doc.
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on 10 April 2013
This new 'unauthorised' two hour documentary claims to re-evaluate Nicks as a major writing and performing force in rock over the past four decades, and accord her the accolades that come in the wake of that.

This will come as a bit of a surprise to her millions of fans around the world who already proclaim the longtime Grammy-award winning Fleetwood Mac member and solo artist as the 'Queen of Rock and Roll' - a title that even Rolling Stone has bestowed on her for many years. As such, the basis of this documentary immediately comes laden with questionable pedigree and intent.

It's composed of many archive clips from early Fleetwood Mac live performances and interviews with Nicks, Lindsey Buckingham and Mick Fleetwood (none of it new or original), interspersed with the usual round of talking heads - from Keith Olsen, producer of Buckingham Nicks, Ken Caillat, co-producer of Rumours, to journalists and academics, who all seem to bristle with an 'intimate and penetrating' knowledge of Nicks, but who actually offer very little in persuasive analysis.

Much of this feature focuses on Fleetwood Mac, not unsurprisingly, but this is really at the expense of ironically sidelining Nicks for much of its running time. We are almost 75 minutes in before any mention of Nick's solo career is made, for example, and from 1985 onwards we get but cursory mentions of her output and absolutely no analysis or insights whatsoever.

Ultimately, there's nothing here that fans of Nicks or the Mac haven't seen or heard before - unless you consider some would-be titillating snippets of studio gossip from Ken Caillat to be of dubious pleasure - and the whole enterprise is somewhat disappointing in its relative lack of attention to Nicks' solo career.

This really could have been so much better if the Fleetwood Mac side of the story was covered more quickly and offered as a given rather than a revelation, and time was taken to really consider Nicks' approach to her solo work, her poetry and her maturity as her career continues to this day.

Not a bad way to pass a couple of hours if you're a fan of Nicks or the Mac, but don't come to it with any high expectations.
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on 17 June 2013
the DVD was OK more of a history on the rumors album it lacks Stevie`s later years which is fine .
there is nothing i have not seen other DVD`s interview wise.
there is some rare film footage though
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on 8 April 2014
Did not tell me a lot I did not know about before and could have done with obscure concert performances or interviews
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on 18 April 2013
After the countless Fleetwood Mac documentaries that are out there, it was exciting to hear about one that would focus more on singer Stevie Nicks. Obviously as an 'unofficial' release we weren't going to get any new interviews or performances so my expectations were not that high. Unfortunately this is, again, primarily a documentary about Fleetwood Mac whose music is covered in great detail. Stevie's amazing solo career is covered but the film speeds through it very quickly. The Other Side of the Mirror, for example, is pretty much mentioned in passing as is Trouble in Shangri-La and the new album In Your Dreams. The film contains interesting insights from a series of experts - most notably from producers Ken Caillat and Keith Olsen. Overall not bad but don't expect anything new.
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on 15 April 2013
Have to agree with other reviewer, this is more about Rumours and Fleetwood Mac, but since I'm a big Mac fan, I don't mind and it's interesting to see some interviews that I had not seen before. And it's a reasonable price IMO
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on 20 August 2015
I've loved this Stevie Nicks DVD since getting it a couple of years ago. The film is a documentary that covers Stevie's whole career both with and without Fleetwood Mac.It is particularity good on her post Rumours solo career but parallels this nicely with her band work - covers a fair bit about Stevie's personal life too and has some really goo interviews with the lady herself in which she is completely honest and reveals a lot.
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on 10 June 2013
Just the usual archive footage I've seen before elsewhere in other documentaries. Not really worth buying, had thought it was the new documentary she had done with Dave Stewart but it isn't.
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