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All Together Now is a companion making-of documentary detailing the creation of the Beatles-inspired Cirque Du Soleil production, Love. Wisely, it touches on all aspects of the show, showcasing the bravery, anxiety, and stunning athleticism of the dancers, but also taking a look further back, to Cirque founder Guy Laliberte's friendship with George Harrison, the conception Love, and the pitfalls and triumphs of bringing the show to life, including scenes featuring Yoko Ono and Olivia Harrison.
The film is probably more compelling for those who have already seen the performance in its Las Vegas home at the Mirage, but it will certainly appeal to Beatles die-hards as well. All Together Now acts as a nice bonus feature to the Beatles/Cirque Du Soleil experience.
Remember the Beatles, the seminal, and ultimately overpowering, European response to American rock and roll?) Well if you wanna remember 'em some more, then this is right up yer alley, because they allowed George Martin's son (!!!) to remix the original music (and Cirque de Soliel to choreograph some moves) just so's you can remember again. I thought the recooked Harrison song "Within You, Without You" worth the admission price alone ... the other stuff not so much.
Good behind the scenes doc on the Cirque show LOVE. Lots of information of how the show came together and why and how long it took. Interviews with everyone from the Cirque head honcho to Yoko Ono to Paul McCartney and Ringo Starr, to even the Mirage Hotel in Vegas' head honcho.
It was disappointing that they didn't go into any decent amount of detail about how they pulled off some of the stunts they did or some of the more mystifying aspects of the show, I kind of thought this was going to be a tell all kind of thing when I chose to watch it. But maybe Cirque purposely left that out, not wanting to reveal too much.
At any rate it's still a great watch, especially if you've seen the actual show in Vegas.
Love cirque and the behind the scenes of the Love show...
id go to vegas just to see the actual show
Loved this! Makes me want to fly to Las Vegas immediately and see LOVE again....gawed LOVE is a great show and this is a much needed view to get an idea about what is about.
cool to see the inside of this production :)
An interesting documentary.