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Tell Me Do You Miss Me (2006)

In TELL ME DO YOU MISS ME, the four members of the celebrated New York-based indie-rock band LUNA confront the ceiling of their ambition, the harsh realities of their modest success, and ... See full summary »

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In TELL ME DO YOU MISS ME, the four members of the celebrated New York-based indie-rock band LUNA confront the ceiling of their ambition, the harsh realities of their modest success, and their conflicted feelings about each other as they embark on their final world tour and uncertain futures. Laced with moments of both humor and melancholia, TELL ME DO MISS ME earnestly exposes the underbelly of a touring rock band in their final days together. Supported sonically with Luna's dreamy catalog of indie-pop and visually with lush travelogue footage with adventurous stops in England, Japan, and Spain, TELL ME DO YOU MISS ME is an elegy for an era. Written by Anonymous

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Left Me Wanting More...Music
6 July 2006 | by (minneapolis, minnesota, on the planet Earth) – See all my reviews

I'm a big Luna fan. I'm glad an effort was made to document the band as they road off into the musical sunset. There are some nice on-the-road moments here and there, but structurally I would have preferred more concert footage broken up by an occasional sound bite. Overall the band is pretty taciturn and generally doesn't offer up more than the touring can be a grind type insight. I thought the scene where the band is sitting silently in the dressing room letting their emotions sink in after their final gig was good. And I got a good laugh out of the bit where Dean and Sean read the not so favorable review of the band while riding in the van. Musically, I loved Sean's lead on "Fuzzy Wuzzy" (my favorite Luna song) and their rendering of Fred Neil's "Everybody's Talking'" which seemed to capture the melancholy vibe of a great band calling it a day.


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