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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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For Hardcore Luna Fans Only
18 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

While one cannot help but appreciate the challenge and effort that went into making this film, it showed up on screen as a striking bore.

It seemed almost a Christopher Guest inspired parody of a lost Gen-X band having its farewell tour.

I have been a fan of Luna since the early 1990's (and Galaxie 500 prior). I enjoyed the concert footage very much and wished that the film-makers would have stuck to more of that.

Again, I appreciate the effort, but an easy 23 minutes could have been shaved off the interviews and insipid anecdotes.

One can only hope that the DVD release will contain footage from concerts that shows the entire song being played, rather then cutting away to another amplifier being wheeled up a ramp.


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