Shine a Light

Shine a Light

Director: Martin Scorsese Cast: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts
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Shine a Light 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Virtual_Vice More than 1 year ago
Gorgeous cinematography and lush, full & rich sound track courtesy of Blu-ray's fatter data stream. Blue-ray technology is often wasted on remastered concert footage from yesteryear. It seems to work best when the footage is shot with Blu-ray format in mind. This DVD is one example where Blu-ray is worth paying the additional $10. Scorsese manages to capture an intimacy of a group whose individual members lead very private lives. The director also adeptly relates the "feel" of the venue and eclectic composition of the audience. The Stones are far more blues musicians than they are rock musicians and, as such, are timeless, regardless of chronological age. Solid performance and great track selection. Will please new and old fans, alike. For more by this writer: www.VirtualVice.com
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choochee More than 1 year ago
Great choice of songs and the Stones's energetic performance make this a very entertaining video.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I was in Buenos Aires, Argentina and walking on the street saw the billboard for shine a light and said to mi girlfriend: we must go now. the angles used by the cameras are something never seen before, audio is great and i recommend the movie to any human been fro 10 years to 100....PLUS
Guest More than 1 year ago
Many parts of the concert were magical. The Buddy Guy performance of &amp quot Champagne and Reefer,&amp quot is brilliant! &amp quot Just My Imagination,&amp quot is a rare treat as well. I just had wished they had done a few more obscure songs rather than the overplayed hits. Also, there could have been much more documentary footage with classic clips as well as the concert preperation. All in all though, very entertaining.