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Bruce Springsteen and the East Street band is the reason this film exists and is wonderful. Even after so many years the songs are fresh and the performances invigorating.
Mr. Springsteen is simply the future of and the present realization of rock 'n roll.The songs speak to the everyday man in a naturally American way. Bruce and the E Streeters are people you would say hey to on the street. They might be icons and giants of the stage, but they are also people. Bruce seems approachable and godlike at the same time. The material stands on its own.
The songs are dealt with an appropriate fashion commensurate with the filmmakers personal style. Bruce and a different band members are seen in performance mode and in some revealing backstage presence. It is definitely a film worth watching. Especially if you are a Bruce fan.
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