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The Rolling Stones Shine a Light (Blu-ray) PG-13

A master director shining his light on the best rock band on the planet.
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  • Rated: PG-13
  • Run Time: 2 hours, 1 minutes
  • Video: Color
  • Released: October 24, 2017
  • Originally Released: 2008
  • Label: Paramount
  • Encoding: Region A
  • Note: Supplemental featurette
    • Bonus Songs:
    • Undercover of the Night
    • Paint It Black
    • Little T & A
    • I'm Free
  • Audio:
    • Dolby Digital 5.1 - English
    • Dolby True HD 5.1 - English
    • DTS HD Master Audio - English
    • PCM Stereo - English
    • Subtitles - English, French, Spanish

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What SHINE A LIGHT, Martin Scorsese's concert documentary does beautifully is illuminate the way things are now with the self-described world's greatest rock'n'roll band.
Los Angeles Times
Apr 4, 2008
Rating: 4/4 -- Once the Rolling Stones push "Jumpin' Jack Flash's" tempo toward a cliff, Scorsese treats "Shine a Light" like a character piece about artistic give-and-take, not a mere concert film. As long as the Stones are ambulatory, they're ageless. Full Review
The Film Yap
Oct 1, 2010
3.5 stars out of 4 -- This you-are-there spellbinder is a master director shining his light on the best rock band on the planet.
Rolling Stone
Apr 17, 2008
Rating: 3.5/4 -- The genius of Scorsese's film, which is being shown in IMAX in 93 theaters, is that it reveals the Stones' mortality while celebrating all that makes them more than mere mortals. Full Review
USA Today
Apr 4, 2008
In many ways [Shine a Light is] an unintentional funeral dance commemorating the vanished vitality and subversive potential of mainstream rock 'n' roll and celebrating its current utility as a nostalgic anodyne. Full Review
Stop Smiling
Aug 23, 2017
4 stars out of 5 -- The kinetic camerawork nails every riff'n'wriggle....An impeccably shot snapshot of a band taking their calling to its limit...
Total Film
May 1, 2008
Rating: 3/4 -- It's showbiz, after all. And the band still rocks like none other, true to their creed that if their adored blues masters can play into their dotage, then so can they. Full Review
Toronto Star
Apr 4, 2008

Product Description:

The music of the Rolling Stones has lit up the soundtrack to so many Martin Scorsese films ("Gimme Shelter" has appeared in no less than three of his features--GOODFELLAS, CASINO, and THE DEPARTED) that it's little surprise to find the director teaming up with the legendary rockers for this concert recording. SHINE A LIGHT begins with a few glimpses of the preparation that went into the recording of the show, which was staged over two nights at New York City's Beacon Theatre in 2006. Scorsese also includes some candid footage of the Stones doing a pre-show meet-and-greet with guests Bill and Hillary Clinton, which highlights some of the different personality traits in the band. Keith Richards and Ron Wood are the clowns, always goofing around; Mick Jagger is the consummate professional, always polite to a fault; Charlie Watts caries a real air of dignity, as befits someone who enjoys a dual career as a noted jazz musician.

The bulk of the movie is dedicated to the multi-camera shoot at the Beacon, which captures the Stones playing some of their biggest hits and a few lesser-known numbers. Special guests such as Jack White, Buddy Guy, and Christina Aguilera are ushered on at various points in the show, and the concert footage is broken up by some amusing vintage footage of the band. By using so many cameras, Scorsese captures a side of the Stones that is rarely seen, such as Watts turning to camera and puffing out his cheeks and Richards offering encouraging words to Jack White as he exits the stage. SHINE A LIGHT provides a welcome glimpse into the Stones' world at this advanced stage in their career, and continues Scorsese's obsession (see also: NO DIRECTION HOME and THE LAST WALTZ) with documenting some of the most influential characters in rock & roll.

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  • UPC: 032429287298
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