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Malfunkshun: The Andrew Wood Story (2005)

| Documentary | 2005 (USA)
Documentary film based on the life of the late Andrew Wood, Singer/Songwriter for the legendary Seattle based band Mother Love Bone.

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Documentary film based on the life of the late Andrew Wood, Singer/Songwriter for the legendary Seattle based band Mother Love Bone.

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magical and moving
30 September 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This was an incredible telling of the story behind Andy! Having known Andy, it brought me to tears a couple of times, but also huge smiles. The interviews were very compelling, and the camera work was stellar. I am just glad that it finally did get completed! I can't wait to get it on DVD. Anyone who ever met him or heard his music will enjoy this moment. It was really cool to see him on the big screen which would have really been something he thought was cool. Funiest part is that when I came out of the theater Duran Duran "Rio" was playing, and I thought Andy would have laughed hard on that one. Thank you Scot for this wonderful gift.


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