Rock and Roll's Greatest Failure: Otway the Movie (2013)

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Billed as "rock and roll's greatest failure," musician John Otway offers a lesson in how to survive in showbiz.


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22 October 2012 | google-509-607741
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| Pure Otway
This film was so much more than I expected. It not only charts John's career in the music business, but it gives a great insight into the man himself and what drives him. It also gives those who surround him a chance to share their opinions about the UK's favourite Micro-star. By turns this movie is funny, informative, thought provoking and even moving. I laughed out loud at some parts and very nearly cried at others. On top of the emotional roller-coaster, the story of John's exploits was for me, a trip down memory lane as I recognized events I had been to, as well as others I'd only heard about. Apparently, the original rough-cut was seven and a half hours long, and I can well believe it. Somehow, this was edited down into the final product, to create a fast-paced film which leaves you instantly eager to get your hands on the DVD, to see the bits they didn't use. I can't wait! All-in-all this is a fantastic film. Watch it - you won't be disappointed!

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Release Date:

30 June 2013

Language

English


Country of Origin

UK

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Budget:

GBP40,000 (estimated)

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