The Who: Up Close and Personal
A complete and frank re-appraisal of the work of The Who, in the words of those who best knew the truth; the band themselves. 40 years after 'I Can See for Miles', their first Top 10 hit in the US, and as the band continue on their massive tour in support of their first album in nearly 25 years. This penetrating independent film review draws on the very best of interview footage from archives worldwide. Hear from Pete Townshend, Roger Daltrey, John Entwistle and the irrepressible Keith Moon in person as they discuss the band, the music, the touring and the tears with brutal candor. No Who film would be complete without the music, and this indispensable review brings you the very best, from the early days as the High Numbers to the classic Live at Leeds 35th Anniversary gig. Essential viewing for any Who fan!
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|Run Time:||60 minutes|