Police: Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out (2005)
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Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out is not another documentary about a band. Rather, it is a first-person account of what it feels like to rise from obscurity to international superstardom, a priceless glimpse at the making of legends from the inside. Comprised completely of Super-8 footage from Stewart Copeland, the drummer of the band turned filmmaker, the film shows the Police from a perspective never thought possible. The film begins with an overview of the band's early, less glamorous
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Offers an often revealing if admittedly slight take on life with the lyrically and rhythmically sophisticated rock group.
Fanciful, fun, funny, and frenetic -- all the great things about New Wave music brought gloriously into focus for posterity.
If you're an old-school Police fan, there's enough here to warrant some attention, but it's those same hardcore fans who might walk away from "Everyone Stares" wishing it had a lot more meat on its bones.
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