Documentary included with the DVD Rush in Rio (2003). Provides an almost hour-long look at the band and its crew during the final dates of their 2002 Vapor Trails Tour, specifically their first-ever Brazilian shows in Porto Alegre, Sao Paulo, and Rio de Janeiro. Behind the scenes footage shows the band weathering the rigors of a sometimes comically catastrophic tour, with their innate humor and grace. This documentary, by longtime Rush photographer Andrew MacNaughtan, shows the band and crew at their most light-hearted, though still thoughtful. We see the band's arrival in Brazil, to the unexpected onslaught of Brazillian fans boiled over in the culmination of a lifetime's anticipation. Following this are insights from the band and their crew, which provide a view into their longevity as well as ample evidence of the individual strengths and varied senses of humor that helped them achieve it. Written by
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Before we started this tour, we had to discuss how we were going to handle press. Because of the events in Neil's life and what had gone on, we knew there was going to be a lot of interest in what had happened and how he's doing. Most of it comes from a good place, but some of it is pure curiosity, and um, so we talked about it and he had... we had to feel that he could handle it, and you know, it's very emotional to talk about that kind of thing, and it's one thing to talk about that kind of ...
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