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actor Michael Hutchence / audience score 885 Votes / movie info Mystify: Michael Hutchence is a movie starring Helena Christensen, Michael Hutchence, and Bob Geldof. Ghost Pictures and Passion Pictures and a documentary feature about the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer / Genre Documentary / 102 Minutes / 7,6 / 10 Star.


Gonna live my life. Mystify. tras el cantante de inxs tour. A beautiful life lived fully, shared by those closest and dearest to Michael Hutchence and his own personal film collection, thank you to all who shared personal moments in telling his story. Sweet moments shown and a insight into who he was away from the stage - and his love of life. Watched this movie in a room full of silence with the odd tear heard, his brilliance still revered by many, his lyrical genius in writing, an amazing life from bullied teen to loved all over the world then and still now - an extraordinary talented man.

Mystify. tras el cantante de inxs concert. Mystify. Tras el cantante de inscrire. Mystify. tras el cantante de inxs. If you live for the world, the world will kill you. Twenty-two years have passed since INXS frontman Michael Hutchence died, and while songs like “Never Tear Us Apart, ” “New Sensation, ” and “Need You Tonight” remain staples on classic-rock radio and at karaoke clubs, the band has had a difficult time moving forward. Despite putting out two records with different singers and launching a TV competition to find a new vocalist ( Rock Star: INXS aired in 2004), Hutchence’s shadow has loomed large over the band. That’s because the singer boasted an unmistakable voice and a unique presence, not to mention a shy offstage personality that fueled fans’ curiosity. His talent is irreplaceable. Now Mystify: Michael Hutchence — a new film by the late singer’s friend, Australian director Richard Lowenstein — attempts to tell his story through grainy home video and photos that the frontman left behind. The film, which comes out digitally and on-demand this week, presents an intensely personal portrait of Hutchence using archival interviews and new commentary from his onetime partners Helena Christensen and Kylie Minogue, his bandmates, U2 frontman Bono, his siblings Tina and Rhett Hutchence, his stepmother Susie, and producer Nick Launay, among others. It shows how his spark for creativity worked in INXS and in his failed Max Q side project, reveals the heavy pressures of fame that weighed on him, and explores how a violent attack on him changed his life. Here are 12 things we learned. 1. Michael’s family was surprised he wanted to be a frontman because he was so introverted. Tina Hutchence, Michael’s half-sister, recalls a time when she was managing the kids’ wear section of a department store and needed Michael and his brother to participate in a fashion show. His brother, Rhett, was a natural but Michael, who was nine or 10, was reticent. She had to push Michael out in front of the audience. “All of a sudden, he walked out and he [saw] the people, [and] his face changed, ” she recalls in the film. “He started enjoying himself. He started winking at me. It surprised me because he was a shy kid. … When he said he was going to sing with this band, that just surprised the heck out of me. Here’s this kid who didn’t want to walk into a room full of people, let alone sing. ” 2. When it came to making music, he was a natural. In the early part of INXS’ career, Hutchence loved recording. “He was always the first person to arrive at the studio, ” producer Chris Thomas says in the film, as “What You Need” plays. “He was really watching everything. He was the one who had a real idea of where things should go. He really did have an instinct for the whole thing. I was learning stuff from him. He wrote most of the top lines for those songs, the actual tune that the singer sings. He wasn’t just writing words; he was writing melodies. ” 3. He felt he had to compartmentalize himself to manage fame. When the band’s Kick album became a sextuple-platinum megahit, Hutchence had to get over his innate shyness quickly and figure out a way to navigate all the attention. “From the fantasy to the reality of, ‘Oh, this is actually happening, ’ that would be really tricky because I wasn’t that comfortable with it, ” Hutchence says of fame in one scene. “So I sort of invented that [big] persona with the necessity of getting through it. I enjoyed it but I had to create something that kept me inside as well. ” 4. He impressed Bono greatly. “I remember asking Michael what his definition of rock & roll was, ” the U2 singer recalls of his late friend in a reverent tone. “He said, ‘Liberation. '” 5. The way he picked up Kylie Minogue was incredibly corny — but it worked. In the doc, the “Loco-Motion” singer recalls how she met Hutchence around 1989 and asked him how he took care of his voice. He told her he had “magical drops for your throat” that he used and would be willing to share with her. Shortly after their meeting, she had to go to Hong Kong for her own career. He asked to take her to dinner there but made her wait. “Eventually he rocks up two hours late, ” she said. “He takes me out and there’s clearly something between us. ” She later forgot all about the secret potion and he ended up courting her, flying to visit her on different parts of her Asian tour. 6. When Michael’s mother decided to leave his father, she took Michael with her but left his brother, devastating the family. When the INXS frontman was about 14, he and his younger brother Rhett returned home from school to find that their mother, Patricia, had packed up their things. In the words of Tina, “Michael was the chosen one. ” Patricia told Michael to pack his bag, and they went to the States together, with Rhett crying at the airport, and stayed there for a year and a half. Patricia says in the film that she’d asked Michael in advance if he wanted to come with her and that he’d said yes. “He kept it a secret, as I did, ” she says. “Michael knew that he was going. ” Michael’s personal manager, Martha Troup, said that it was a decision that haunted Michael. “It just tore him apart, ” she says. “He felt that he didn’t deserve the success. He felt guilt. ” Rhett was raised by about seven nannies in the time Michael and Patricia were away. He says that Michael returned with a new sense of self. 7. He lost his senses of smell and taste after a taxi driver knocked him out. His onetime partner, model Helena Christensen, remembers an incident in Copenhagen in 1992 when they got pizza and rode home on bikes. They stopped to eat, and a taxi driver told Michael to move, got out, and punched him with enough force to send the singer to the ground, knocking him unconscious. “There was blood coming out of his mouth and ear, ” Christensen recalls. “I thought he was dead. ” When he came to in the hospital, he was belligerent and insisted on being dismissed. He was laid out for a month and eventually a surgeon found he had a skull fissure and that his nerves were torn; he had lost his olfactory senses as a result. “He did not want me to tell anyone, ” she says. “He didn’t even want me to tell my parents. … Things just got really heavy in his head. ” His bandmates noticed he seemed different, more aggressive, when they began work on 1993’s Full Moon, Dirty Hearts. 8. The attack seemed to change everything for Hutchence. Bono recalls how Hutchence had confided in him that he felt different after the attack. “I think he was very, very traumatized, ” the U2 singer says in the film. “He confessed to me that it changed everything for him. What was just a sweet insecurity became a deep insecurity. He kind of lost his way and forgot who he was. ” 9. He fell in love with grunge, much to his bandmates’ disappointment. During the making of Full Moon, Dirty Hearts, his interests strayed from the typical INXS sound. “He was just very erratic in his behavior but also in what we were trying to do musically, ” guitarist Kirk Pengilly says. “He certainly had gotten sucked into the grunge thing. There was a lot of times where he’d stop everything and go, ‘Hey, listen to this. This is what we’ve got to be doing. ’ So I had huge arguments with Michael over that; he was trying to make it a lot more ‘not INXS. '” 10. Noel Gallagher stomped on Hutchence’s spirits. At the Brit Awards in 1996, during a time when INXS’ popularity had waned, Hutchence presented Oasis with a trophy for “Wonderwall. ” In his acceptance speech, guitarist Noel said, “Has-beens shouldn’t present fucking awards to gonna-bes. ” Hutchence walked off with a bit of swagger but looked hurt. “That crushed Michael, ” Troup recalls in the film. “That was devastating, that moment in his life. They were massive worldwide and to go completely the other way was really hard on them and really hard on Michael. ” 11. Michael’s tumultuous relationship with TV host Paula Yates weighed heavily on him. Hutchence linked up with Yates, the wife of singer and activist Bob Geldof, in the mid-Nineties; she had interviewed him for her TV program. They had a daughter together, but the relationship turned sour after opium was discovered in Yates’ house and Geldof filed for divorce. A friend of Hutchence’s, identified only as Erin, shares diary entries she wrote when she was age 20 in the doc. In September 1997, she wrote, “Michael phones me and says Paula has tried to commit suicide. I asked how he was, and he said, ‘I’m weird in the head. ’ I said, ‘I bet. ’ He said, ‘No, you have no idea. You don’t know what I’m going through. You don’t understand what’s going on in my head. '” At one point he asked her if she was worried he’d kill himself, to which she said yes. He assured her that wasn’t going to happen. 12. Hutchence was in a good mood in the days before he died by suicide, but he began to spiral when Yates said she couldn’t see him. INXS were in Australia, rehearsing for a tour, and Yates had told Hutchence she was coming to visit with Hutchence’s daughter and her kids from Geldof’s marriage. But on November 22nd, 1997, she told him the visit would be postponed until December, due to issues with Geldof. Hutchence called Geldof and begged him to allow Yates to travel. He called his friends and managers to tell them how upset he was that he wouldn’t see his kids. “But it was more than that, ” Troup says. “He was confused about where he wanted to be, himself, in life. I went back to the office, and I heard a message. He was just really angry. He said, ‘Martha, I don’t give a shit anymore. '” But his anger turned to desperation in later phone calls. His body was found in his hotel room around noon that day. The doctor says that the coroner ruled a few months later that Hutchence had died by suicide.

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Mystify: Michael Hutchence Theatrical release poster Directed by Richard Lowenstein Produced by Maya Gnyp John Battsek Sue Murray Mark Fennessy Richard Lowenstein Lynn-Maree Milburn Andrew de Groot Written by Richard Lowenstein Starring Michael Hutchence ( See below) Music by Warren Ellis Cinematography Andrew de Groot Edited by Tayler Martin Production company Ghost Pictures Passion Pictures BBC Music [1] Distributed by Madman Ent. (Australia) Dogwoof (International) [2] Release date 25 April 2019 ( Tribeca) 4 July 2019 (Australia) Running time 102 minutes [3] Country Australia United Kingdom [4] Language English Box office $1. 1 million [5] [6] Mystify: Michael Hutchence is a 2019 documentary film about the life of musician, actor and singer-songwriter Michael Hutchence, lead vocalist of the Australian rock band INXS. It is written and directed by Richard Lowenstein and relies primarily on rare archive footage, outtakes, private home video and audio commentary provided by friends, ex-partners, band members, record producers and family. An Australian-British venture, the film was co-produced by Ghost Pictures, Passion Pictures with Madman Entertainment and Dogwoof serving as distributors. It is in association with Baird Films and Film Victoria. Mystify: Michael Hutchence had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on 25 April 2019, and was theatrically released in Australia on 4 July 2019. [4] [7] The film was released in the United Kingdom on 18 October receiving generally positive reviews from critics. Synopsis [ edit] Mystify covers the life of INXS lead singer Michael Hutchence which features private home video and archive footage. During the relationship between Minogue and Hutchence, previously unseen privately shot footage shows them in Hong Kong harbour, on board the orient express, and at Hutchence’s home in the south of France. In the early 1990’s an incident occurred while bicycling on holiday in Copenhagen with then girlfriend Helena Christensen, where Hutchence gets shoved to the ground by a taxi driver, hitting his head on the curb and losing consciousness. According to Christensen, Hutchence was rushed to hospital and woke up determined to leave. The injury resulted in Hutchence having permanent loss of sense of smell and taste. Clips show Yates and Michael Hutchence in a 1985 interview on Channel 4 's rock magazine programme The Tube and many years later on The Big Breakfast interview in October 1994. Recollections with voice-overs in the film include Michele Bennett, Kylie Minogue, siblings Rhett and Tina Hutchence, father Kelland Hutchence, stepmother Susie, producer Nick Launay, Bono and INXS band members, composer and keyboardist Andrew Farriss, guitarist Tim Farriss, bassist Garry Gary Beers and drummer Jon Farriss. The film ends with INXS performing at London’s Wembley Stadium and the song "Mystify" plays over the credits. Production [ edit] Development [ edit] Plans for a biographical drama film about Michael Hutchence were being developed with a script written by Australian film-maker Richard Lowenstein. Lowenstein had previously collaborated with Hutchence in Dogs in Space and INXS music videos. The film was to feature an actor as Hutchence, however the idea of casting someone proved very difficult and with the announcement of the miniseries INXS: Never Tear Us Apart, it made the director switch to an archival documentary. [8] The documentary film gathered early development funding and support by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), Screen Australia and Film Victoria. [9] A pitch trailer was produced and shown at the 2016 Australian International Documentary Conference in Melbourne where BBC Music took interest. [9] In July 2016, it was announced that a documentary film about the singer-songwriter Michael Hutchence had the official support of INXS band members and manager Chris Murphy, with Richard Lowenstein signed on to direct. [10] [11] [12] [13] The director conducted the first interview (for the biopic research) in 2010 with U2 lead singer Bono who were on tour in Melbourne. Band members from INXS were then interviewed and filmed in 2011, gradually building up an archive of footage. [14] [15] During the interview process, Lowenstein had decided to record just the audio, having individual interviewees in a dark recording studio. A total of around sixty people were interviewed. [16] [15] Tapes of archival footage of varying quality were found in the directors attic lost for twenty years. [15] In October 2017, long negotiations began for the rights to use INXS music in the film, but ended with no deal due to a dispute with Murphy of Petrol Records over the documentary’s ownership in return. This lead the director to produce an edit of the film with no music from the INXS catalogue. [15] Eventually, Lowenstein made contact with Hutchence’s daughter Tiger Lily (the daughter of Hutchence and Paula Yates) in London, through Susie Hutchence’s advice. Lowenstein flew to London in October 2018 to meet. After viewing a rough cut of the film, Tiger Lily made contact with the band’s management and record company. A day later, a deal was struck to use nine INXS tracks. [15] The post-production and supervision of the film were completed by United Finishing Artists with the sound mixing done at Soundfirm, Melbourne. [17] Music [ edit] Composer Warren Ellis was in charge of the film's music and score. [18] The documentary features various digitally-restored tracks which were remixed by Giles Martin in Dolby Atmos supplied by INXS. Music also included are by Hutchence, Max Q with Ollie Olsen, Kylie Minogue, Nick Cave, instrumentals by Ólafur Arnalds and Nils Frahm. [19] The film includes tracks, such as: " Never Tear Us Apart " and " Sometimes ". [20] Lowenstein stated that there has been no official soundtrack album released, [15] however, a complementary album was released on 5 July 2019 titled Mystify: A Musical Journey with Michael Hutchence. Release [ edit] The world premiere of Mystify: Michael Hutchence took place in Manhattan at the Tribeca Film Festival on 25 April 2019, including a live Q&A session with the film’s director after the screening. [21] Over the next few months it played in festivals around Canada, Australia, Czech Republic, Germany and New Zealand, building anticipation: at the Hot Docs in Toronto, Sydney, Munich and New Zealand Film Festivals. [22] [23] [24] [25] Advance screenings with Lowenstein in attendance for special Q&A sessions followed in June, at the Astor Theatre in Melbourne, Ritz Cinema in Sydney and the European premiere held at the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival. [26] [27] [28] An official trailer was released on 4 June 2019 and featured the songs " Mystify " and " Never Tear Us Apart " by INXS. [29] [30] It was released in cinemas across Australia on 4 July and in New Zealand on 12 September through Madman Entertainment. [31] Initially the film was screened out of competition during the BFI London Film Festival on 4 October 2019 at the Curzon Mayfair Cinema [32] [33] and then released in the United Kingdom on 18 October through Dogwoof. The Netherlands saw a release on 24 October by Piece of Magic entertainment. [34] [35] In the United States Fathom Events and Shout! Factory will theatrically release the film for one-night-only on 7 January 2020. [36] Broadcast [ edit] In Australia, the documentary was aired by ABC Television during 24 November 2019. [37] Channel BBC Two aired the film in the UK on 28 December. [38] Home media [ edit] It was released on DVD, digital and Blu-ray disc in Australia by Madman Entertainment on 25 November 2019. [39] It contains twelve special features including early days - where they discuss the band’s formation, acting, discussing Prague where three INXS music videos were filmed and Professor of Psychiatry, Steve Ellen’s analyses into Hutchence’s death. [40] Dogwoof released the film in the U. K. and Ireland on 9 December. The extra features include an interview with director Richard Lowenstein and producer Chris Thomas, deleted scenes and theatrical trailer. [41] [42] It entered the UK Official DVD Chart at No. 98, the week ending 21 December. [43] Reception [ edit] Box office [ edit] Mystify: Michael Hutchence grossed A$ 1. 1 million (US$705, 044) [44] in Australia and $453, 851 in other territories, for a total worldwide gross of $1, 158, 895. [45] [46] [5] Australia [ edit] In Australia it made A$368, 642 (US$257, 216) from 114 screens including previews and festival screenings, in its opening weekend, finishing tenth at the box office grossing A$485, 825 ($338, 979) in the week ending 7 July. [47] [48] [5] It made another A$179, 000 ($125, 772) from 79 screens in its second weekend with a 51% decrease from the first week; finishing thirteenth and grossing A$761, 000 ($534, 167) through 11 days. [49] [5] On its third weekend the film made A$83, 000 ($58, 678) from 55 screens finishing seventeenth grossing a total of A$893, 000 (US$628, 874). [50] [5] After the fourth week of release, the film shown on 61 screens had a total of A$988, 000 crossing the A$1 million mark before the following weekend. [51] [52] [53] On its ninth week at the end of August it was played on 10 screens grossing a total of A$1, 141, 000. [54] [55] Other territories [ edit] On its first weekend in New Zealand it made US$8, 713 across 21 screens. It made another $1, 329 from 7 screens on its second weekend. By its fifth week it had grossed a total of $14, 699. [56] [57] In the United Kingdom it made £62, 776 ($81, 453) from 8 cinemas with an average of £7, 847 ($10, 182) per screen in its opening weekend, finishing twelfth at the box office. [58] [59] It made another £10, 146 ($13, 021) in its second weekend, with the film added to 3 screens over the previous week for a total of 11; grossing £79, 199 ($101, 641) through 12 days. [60] In its third weekend it made £4, 578 ($5, 929) shown on 9 cinemas, [61] and in its fourth weekend the film fell 72% to £1, 434 ($1, 834) screened at 4 cinemas. [62] On its fifth weekend it made £1, 353, a drop of 6% and on its sixth it made £621 on 3 cinemas. [63] [64] On its seventh weekend it made £3, 139, a 405% increase of over the previous week to have a U. box office total of £110, 345 ($142, 767). [65] Critical response [ edit] Upon its premiere at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival, the film received positive reviews from critics. On review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes, the film holds an approval rating of 100% based on 35 reviews, with an average rating of 7. 26/10. The site's critical consensus reads, "Engrossing for casual listeners as well as hardcore fans, Mystify: Michael Hutchence sheds a poignant light on a life and career cut short by tragedy. " [66] Metacritic assigned the film a weighted average score of 73 out of 100, based on 8 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews". [67] Variety film critic Katherine Turman described it as "While Mystify in many ways amplifies the tragedy of Hutchence's death, it also goes a long way toward explaining and humanizing it. " [68] In a positive review for Vogue, Laird Borrelli-Persson wrote " Mystify is proof that Hutchence was, and is, much loved. Also missed, in excess. " [69] Graham Fuller of Screen International called the film a "Stand-out documentary" and wrote, "The densely woven and worshipfully presented archival footage of the INXS frontman, on stage and off, is a reminder that in terms of wild talent and Dionysian sexiness, he belongs in the same company as Mick Jagger, Jim Morrison, and Robert Plant. " He concludes: "What lifts it above the majority of documentaries about celebrities and artists is its extraordinary intimacy. " [4] Harry Windsor, writing for the Hollywood Reporter, said: "It should prove essential viewing for the subject's fans: a tender portrait of the man's highs and lows that sheds new light on the broken years that directly preceded his suicide at 37. " [70] Leigh Paatsch writing for the Herald Sun gave the film 4/5 stars, saying: "Quite wisely, the new documentary Mystify: Michael Hutchence doesn't concern itself with smoothing out all the erroneous wrinkles that have crumpled the late INXS frontman's life story over time. " [71] Karl Quinn of The Age called the film Lowenstein's "slow-burning labour of love. " [72] The Australian 's David Stratton summed up the film as "a terrific documentary, and as complete a portrait of this talented singer as you could wish. " calling it "a detailed and revealing portrait"; he rated the film four out of five stars. [73] Vicky Roach from The Daily Telegraph gave the film 3 out of 5, saying: "While it’s more visually interesting, there are times when this storytelling device results in a kind of emotional disconnect. And although they corroborate Lowenstein’s version of events, the band’s role in Hutchence’s story feels strangely under-amplified — emotionally and musically. " She summed up the film as "A measured, personal, densely woven account of the man behind the myth. " [74] DM Bradley, writing for the Adelaide Review, said: "Richard Lowenstein’s beautifully sad documentary study of the all-too-short life of his late friend Michael Hutchence is a most moving memorial, and rather more about the man than the music. " [75] Graeme Tuckett from gave the film 3. 5 out of 5 stars, saying: "Mystify is unapologetically one for the fans. But, seeing it as someone who thought he didn't particularly care about Hutchence's story, I was moved. " [76] Eddie Harrison of The List awarded the film 4 out of 5 stars, remarking that "Mystify can only be a cautionary tale, yet there's plenty of evidence that Hutchence was an electrifying performer in his prime. " [77] Time Out ’s, Philip De Semlyen described it "As the tragedy unfolds, there's a strange solace in seeing this captivating enigma somehow emerging intact", giving it 4 out of 5 marks. [78] The Sunday Times Edward Porter gave it three out of five stars, wrote "There are insights into the gloomy later years, but it's memorable chiefly for its envy-inducing picture of the upside of being a rock star. " [79] Accolades [ edit] ASSG Best Sound for a Documentary: Robert Mackenzie - Re-Recording Mixer & Sound Designer, Simon Rosenberg - Dialogue Editor, Mick Boraso - Sound Designer, Lynn-Maree Milburn - Additional Sound Designer. [85] Voter nominated [ edit] The film was nominated for Best Music Film at the NME Awards on 12 February 2020. 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Mystify. Tras el cantante de ins hea. 1 win & 6 nominations. See more awards » Videos Learn more More Like This Documentary | Music 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 8. 5 / 10 X The live concert footage of the band INXS playing a sold out show in front of 74, 000 fans at Wembley Stadium on July 13 1991 Director: David Mallet Stars: Garry Beers, Andrew Farriss, Jon Farriss 7 / 10 Rockumentary following British singer, Liam Gallagher, as he attempts to make a solo comeback. Directors: Gavin Fitzgerald, Charlie Lightening Liam Gallagher, David Adcock, Paul Arthurs Drama 6. 6 / 10 The film is set in a house occupied by a collection of social misfits. The main storyline is that of a strange musician's relationship with a girl, their drug use and his band. These events... See full summary » Richard Lowenstein Michael Hutchence, Saskia Post, Nique Needles History 7. 6 / 10 A concert film of the Australian Made tour from December 1986 to January 1987. The tour featured internationally performing Australian acts: INXS, Divinyls, Models, The Triffids, The Saints... See full summary » Zan Abeyratne, Christina Amphlett, Chris Bailey 7. 8 / 10 The story of INXS, their personal lives and their rise to fame from Australian pubs to stadiums all around the world. Damon Herriman, Luke Arnold, Hugh Sheridan Sport 7. 2 / 10 The Australian Dream is a theatrical feature documentary that uses the remarkable and inspirational story of AFL legend Adam Goodes as the prism through which to tell a deeper and more powerful story about race, identity and belonging. Daniel Gordon Adam Goodes, Stan Grant, Nova Peris Biography 7. 7 / 10 Constructed from over 500 hours of never-before-seen footage, this documentary centers on the career of celebrated football player Diego Armando Maradona, who played for S. S. C. Napoli in the 1980s. Asif Kapadia Pelé, Diego Armando Maradona, Dalma Maradona Certificate: 16+ 6. 7 / 10 A look at the rise and fall of disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein featuring interviews with former colleagues and those who accused him of sexual misconduct. Ursula Macfarlane Erika Rosenbaum, Nannette Klatt, Ken Auletta Romance 6. 9 / 10 Legendary performer Judy Garland (Renée Zellweger) arrives in London in the winter of 1968 to perform a series of sold-out concerts. Rupert Goold Renée Zellweger, Jessie Buckley, Finn Wittrock Comedy Crime Two teenage boys in Scotland in 1994, best friends with no control over their lives, risk everything to attend an illegal rave, hoping for the best night of their boring lives. Brian Welsh Cristian Ortega, Lorn Macdonald, Laura Fraser Short INXS performs in the music video "What You Need" from their album "Listen Like Thieves" recorded for Atlantic Records. The video features footage of the band playing the song on a... See full summary » Lynn-Maree Milburn 7. 5 / 10 A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972. Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack Aretha Franklin, James Cleveland, Alexander Hamilton Edit Storyline Ghost Pictures and Passion Pictures and a documentary feature about the troubled heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead singer and songwriter of INXS. Plot Summary Add Synopsis Details Release Date: 4 July 2019 (Australia) See more » Also Known As: Mystify: Michael Hutchence Box Office Cumulative Worldwide Gross: $1, 082, 456 See more on IMDbPro » Company Credits Technical Specs See full technical specs » Did You Know? Trivia Negotiations broke down with regard to the use of INXS' music. After viewing the film without any music, Richard Lowenstein realized that the film would be completely ineffective without any music so he contacted Tiger Lily Hutchence Geldof (the singer's daughter with Paula Yates) who agreed with his conclusion. She reached out privately to INXS and was able to persuade them to relinquish the rights to nine of the band's songs. See more » Alternate Versions For the film's Australian release, the distributor chose to re-edit the film after the original version of the film received an MA15+ classification. These edits removed stronger course language from the film in order to obtain an M classification. See more » Connections Featured in Jeremy Vine: Episode #3. 17 (2020) Frequently Asked Questions See more ».

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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Reviewed in the United States on December 31, 2019 Format: DVD Verified Purchase Delivered earlier than estimated. Was nervous, being a foreign (Australia) release, listing reads "all regions" When it arrived the sleeve had region 4 on it. It did play in DVD player! No hacks needed! Now I dont need to buy tickets for the single airing in the US on 1-7 and can view it again. Very happy! Reviewed in the United States on January 2, 2020 Format: DVD Verified Purchase I LOVE IT!! It came before the estimated time!! This is a must watch for Michael Fans! ❤ Reviewed in the United States on February 4, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Was hard for me to watch. I like INXS and I liked Michael Hutchence. I remember how it saddened me when he passed. Recomend if you liked Michael or INXS. I watched it out of respect. You are missed. Reviewed in the United States on January 20, 2020 Format: DVD Verified Purchase Bravo, Richard Lowenstein, for bringing us a brilliant look into the life of Michael Hutchence without all the usual paparazzi BS. The focus was purely on Michael the man and artist, with intimate glimpses into who the real person was behind the rock star. Reviewed in the United States on February 15, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Very sad to watches but presents hardly the bare bones of those deep complexities that made Michael Hutchence, Michael Hutchence. The childhood is just a see tg=hrough doily with errors in the eyes, the adult man and his relationships very lightly touched on. Seems like a little better than English tabloids but not by much. doesn't really clarify what happened and why, who was involved, who could have been there. It's sad that in most of these cases there us true psychiatric issues that the person has no time to peruse because of the constant push of being that persona that is simply a mask. There's a three stars but only fit the songs and Michael's complicated sense of the world and his place in it. Reviewed in the United States on February 2, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase I loved M. H. back in the day and now have much more admiration for him. So much detail of his life and a genuine look at the stories that were never told. I liked the fact that many of the people close to him had their voices in it rather than being interviews in person. Also, the filming has a nice quality dreamscape to it. A very personal look at a life that was taken away too soon. Reviewed in the United States on January 25, 2020 Format: Prime Video Verified Purchase Mystify: Michael Hutchence is an intimate glimpse into the life and death of a deeply feeling man whose manageable bouts of depression and disconnect became more pronounced after a traumatic head injury. It could happen to anyone, but it happened to Michael Hutchence, a man who shared his brilliance with the world and suffered even more for it. Reviewed in the United States on March 1, 2020 Format: DVD Verified Purchase This is an excellent documentary on the beautiful Michael Hutchence. It's well made, gives some history of his youth, but doesn't spend too much time on it. As the documentary got to the point where he suffered his brain injury and his downhill spiral after, I felt very sad for him. I found myself wishing I could jump in there and talk to him, warn him, comfort him, change history. There are details about his frame of mind the last few weeks/months that I think you will only hear on this documentary. I truly believe Paula was definitely part if his downfall. Only God knows what she really said to him during those final phone calls. I wish he would have miraculously gotten back together with Michelle, I think they were soul mates. I definitely recommend this to Michael fans. Top international reviews 5. 0 out of 5 stars Intimate account on a complex man Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 18, 2019 Verified Purchase A thoughtful and very interesting account of Michael Hutchence with contributions from the band, Kylie and his father amongst many others. Lots of home movie clips are scattered throughout as well as archive news footage. Ultimately sad but mostly glorious and as a casual fan there are some things I didn’t know. A fan will already have this, others like me will enjoy the ride. 2 people found this helpful Sending feedback... Thank you for your feedback. Sorry, we failed to record your vote. Please try again Report abuse A must have Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 15, 2020 Verified Purchase Great hommage to a vulnerable and highly intelligent rock star. Michael Hutchence had too much bad luck and grief in his life. Then you are actually very alone, no matter how rich and famous you are. A beautifully made documentary that you really should see. The 90s would have been gray without Hutchence. The documentary shows what kind of gifted smart and passionate sweet man Hutchence was. A must for any INXS fan Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 28, 2019 Verified Purchase A must for any INXS fan, this DVD shows previously unseen home movie footage and features audio interviews with those people who knew him best. Very moving and so sad to watch, you can really see how very unhappy Michael actually was in his last months. One person found this helpful 1. 0 out of 5 stars Disgusted in the quality of the DVD. I'm sure the film itself is good Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 13, 2019 Verified Purchase I received this DVD this week. Very annoyed and disappointed as the disc keeps freezing. There is a round scratch on the disc so it will not play properly I would like a full refund or another copy I can watch Couldn’t Wait To Watch This Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 22, 2020 Verified Purchase I could hardly wait to get this! I live in Canada and this is the only way I could get one. got me the accompanying soundtrack but it is rather sloppy without reference and that is this DVD. Long ago I bought a multi-region DVD player for my collection of PAL region concert videos and special releases that are better in Britain. My first attempt at buying this didn’t work as it got lost but the assistance I received from has been incredible and “in a snap” one made it to me all the way over here. THANK YOU! Fab Doc Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 5, 2020 Verified Purchase Saw this at the cinema and loved it and I knew I must immediately buy it - another sad loss to music and a man that was misunderstood towards the end and I think this puts his legacy to rest peacefully - some really intimate moments and reminds us that rock stars are also just normal people. Speedy delivery Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 15, 2019 Verified Purchase 4. 0 out of 5 stars Michael Hutchence, an insight into the genius. Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 29, 2020 Verified Purchase Great title, interesting insight into his life. So sad... 🙁 Top seller Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 22, 2019 Verified Purchase Quality price and service Highly recommended Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 3, 2020 Verified Purchase Brilliant Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 29, 2019 Verified Purchase Brilliant Documentary Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 30, 2020 Verified Purchase Came across by accident on Amazon. Speedy delivery and did not disappoint. Would definitely recommend 3. 0 out of 5 stars Ok Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 29, 2020 Verified Purchase Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 1, 2020 Verified Purchase Great filmmaking! Reviewed in the United Kingdom on January 24, 2020 Verified Purchase It was the most amazingly artistic and personal documentary I have ever seen! Incredibly well done and a great tribute to Michael Hutchence. It was nominated Best Music film NMEAwards 2020! Report abuse.
A journey into the heart and soul of Michael Hutchence, lead-singer of INXS, a complex and shy man who spent much of his life in the public eye, rarely revealing his true self to anyone except his very close friends.
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