Herbie Hancock: Possibilities (2006)
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Ordinary music soars to extraordinary heights as gifted keyboardist Herbie Hancock joins forces with a variety of well-known music superstars to offer a completely original listening experience. As Hancock collaborates with such artists as Paul Simon, Annie Lennox, Sting, and John Mayer, the cameras are permitted into the studios and behind-the-scenes to show just what happens when some of the greatest music minds of a generation converge. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Apr 14, 2006 Limited
Apr 18, 2006
Magnolia Pictures - Official Site
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[Possibilities] feels more like a behind-the-scenes CD promo than a fully realized film.
As directed by Doug Biro and Jon Fine, the film plays like one long commercial.
This documentary portrays the intense collaborative efforts that went into the recording of Herbie Hancocks latest album, Possibilities.
With elder-statesman words of wisdom from the man himself, Possibilities celebrates an impulse that's too rare in modern music: the love behind the labor of creation.
What we have here is a solid documentary covering one of the icons of modern music.
Possibilities will likely draw in only the most hardcore of Hancock's fans.
A cynic might regard Herbie Hancock: Possibilities as a glorified 'making of' video, fleshed out with some archival footage and clips from recent concerts.
[The archival clips] are more interesting than the present-day material, which has the bland smoothness of a promotional press kit.
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