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Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out (2006)

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Stewart Copeland, drummer for The Police, compiles his Super 8 footage for an intimate look at what it was like to be a member of one of the world's biggest rock bands.

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Terry Chambers ...
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Miles A. Copeland III ...
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Ian Copeland ...
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Dave Gregory ...
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Colin Moulding ...
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Andy Partridge ...
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Danny Quatrochi ...
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Stewart Copeland, drummer for The Police, compiles his Super 8 footage for an intimate look at what it was like to be a member of one of the world's biggest rock bands.

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Sting: I blame the man behind the camera for all my troubles.
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Not commercial, but...
21 December 2006 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

Just a few can catch the intensity of the film because as almost of Stewart's solo works, doesn't have a commercial value. Not even the derangements of the band's songs, which sound in a unique Copeland's style.

For me is an Avant-garde movie that reflects the marginalized his author has been, about the fact that the band he created "The Police" was stolen almost in all the image commercial credits, from another man (Stingo). Anyway the shots shows that the three band members liked each other, while they been together. If you see the movie, you can perceived the loneliness that feels a Rock Super Star, who are traveling from city to city, and many time, his life goes days, weeks or months, inside an Hotel room. Many shots are through the windows from hotels in the cities where he was, showing the band crew, just passing one from another, like ghosts in live machine. The quickly shots are also avant-garde, showing how life are just breaths of someone who can perceived in all its intensity, what happen with his soul/inner I, living all these experiences. For me this film is a masterpiece of the inside of a successful band, but as a matter of fact, every shot is opposed to mainstream commercial values, so just a few people will understand it, at least nowadays.

PS-June-7-2007. He also played very good with colors in his movie, and seeing this, now I am thinking the movie has a very psychedelic effect...


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