Depeche Mode 101 (1989)

Depeche Mode 101


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In 1988, moody synth pop band Depeche Mode had managed the remarkable feat of becoming a major draw in the United States without the benefit of mainstream radio play or more than token exposure on MTV, and as the band was gearing up for a show at Pasadena's Rose Bowl they were being followed by a camera crew led by famed documentary filmmaker D.A. Pennebaker. At the same time, Pennebaker's associates were focusing on a group of Depeche Mode fans, who, after winning a contest to see their heroes, … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Documentary, Drama, Musical & Performing Arts
Directed By: , ,
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On DVD: Nov 11, 2003


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101 is unlike most music films, or at least it was a first back in 89. It's like the ultimate alternative cross between 80's teen movie and road movie. You know a lot more is happening behind the scenes that you don't have access to but that is also what makes it so intriguing. You don't have to be a fan, I am so I'm probably a little bit biased but it's a great slice of 80's nostalgia.

Anthony Lawrie

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