Friends and colleagues talk about the life and career of the enigmatic and iconic British singer Dusty Springfield.

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Friends and colleagues talk about the life and career of the enigmatic and iconic British singer Dusty Springfield.

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too short just like Dusty's life
13 May 2002 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I hesitated to watch this program before about Dusty Springfield's life. I thought it would spend too much time on personal life, sexuality, and addictions. But it was rather very pleasant and informative to watch people recall Dusty. For any Dusty fan, they would find this documentary as a short tribute. Unfortunately, it's too short and her brother, Tom O'Brien, is not in it. I respect Dusty's right to privacy but her love was celebrated in her music and she was very passionate about cats including her own. She would have made a wonderful mother. I still miss her after 3 years and this documentary is satisfactory for her fans. It's been 6 years since her death, the world is not the same without her.


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