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Affectionate, complex and engaging.
I did find this really fascinating and rather sad too.
For anyone interested in Rowland's career and life, or in the music scene of those times, this is absolutely a must-see film.
If you know nothing about any of this, you'll come out of Autoluminescent with an appreciation and a sense of wonder.
At best Autoluminescent is that rare thing, a tribute to an artist that comes close to being a work of art in its own right.
Although this film will obviously interest Howard's fans, even those who are unaware of his legacy will find Autoluminescent a fascinating dip into the life of a musical genius.
Autoluminescent has an unspoken sense that he was an uncertain proposition for those close to him. Whether that is compelling or cautionary may depend on if you're one of the true believers.
Fans will love it; non-fans will get a strong taste of the hedonistic alt.universe these people inhabited.
An amazing documentary about the late Australian musician Rowland S. Howard.
The best and richest parts of this documentary are the various interviews with Howard himself, which unmistakably reveal a musician whose artistic integrity remained untarnished, and whose passion for music burned white hot to the very end.
Lowenstein and Milburn are not just making a film about a guitarist but a whole movement and moments in time...The film is spectacularly successful at evoking those periods and at locating Howard in his times.
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