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Beautiful doc on The Hip, Gord Downie's cancer diagnosis, their final tour & their fans. I didn't know much about TTH as they weren't played very much around Boston, but I quickly became a fan thanks to Gord, his lyrics & the band's unique style. An excellent example of strength, hope & love. Bravo!
An emotional send off for a great man who fronted a great band. I can think of no other band or musician who is held in such high esteem by their country in the unique way that the Hip and Gord Downie were elevated to hero status in Canada.
Emotional, heartfelt, and touching. Gord made sure to look fans in the eyes, and touch Canadian hearts. So powerful.
Wonderful. Sad. A must-see for every Canadian.
A a state-side fan of "The Hip", this film not only satisfies on many levels but it thrusts on the age old story of determination in the face of unthinkable odds. Famous beyond words band (in the home country), Terminal Cancer and live rock music for adoring fans. What more could anyone ask for. This might be one of the more unique and gut-wrenching stories ever told.....
Absolutely Riveting!!!!! Infinity stars out of 5
A must see for every fan of The Hip