20 years on from their Live Aid (1985) triumph, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure recruit the world's music superstars once again to perform live and put pressure on Western governments to help Africa and Make Poverty History.
This is a good documentary of recording U2's first significant album. Though not much stylishly made as "Rattle and Hum" but the good point is this documentary never turned out to be a advertisement of the band that "Rattle and Hum" had. It focussed on studio as far as possible.
The shot of recording "Pride (in the name of love)" in a castle is a fine example of production. The song, in the memoir of Martin Luther King Jr. is also the best.
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