In the first trailer for Dream – first documentary about David Bowie punished by artist fortune – director Brett Morgen uses rare and never-before-seen footage to showcase the film’s quintessential goal of capturing the performer. illustrious.
“Everybody, whoever they are, wishes they appreciated life more,” Bowie said during the dub in the trailer. “It’s what you do in life that matters, not how much time you have – or what you wish you had done.”
In theaters in September, the film taps into five decades of material from Bowie’s archives, from drawings, sound recordings and exclusive films to diaries, personal footage and never-before-seen performances. see.
The narrator of the trailer prompts: “Questions have arisen such as: Who is he? What is he? Where did he come from? Is he a creature of an alien force? Is he a bad guy? Is he dangerous? Is he smart? Dumb? Good with his parents? Reality? Wear? Cazy? Sane? Man? Woman? Robot? What is this?”
Considered an immersive cinematic experience, Dream reinforces its rare footage with more than three dozen Bowie-exclusive remastered songs that anchor themselves to the film’s running narrative. The film’s appearance encapsulates performances dating back to 1972 when Bowie was still performing with backing band Spider-Man from Mars.
Morgen, who most recently directed the 2015 documentary Cobain: Montage of Heckalso act as writer and producer for Dream.
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