A documentary about pop music, spirituality and celebrity, Ben Lee: Catch my Disease is an acerbic, playful yet profoundly intimate portrait of a unique child pop star who stepped through the looking glass of fame.
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A man and a woman seeking refuge from the world: Nihat at a remote forest fire tower, Seher in her room at a rural bus station. When their lives collide, each now has to fight their battle of conscience before the other.
RUIN is an impressionistic fable- the story of Phirun (Rous Mony) and Sovanna (Sang Malen) - two young lovers inexplicably drawn together who escape a brutal and exploitative world of crime... See full summary »
At age 19 Ben Lee said he had made the greatest Australian album of all time, eleven years later he is one of Australian music's most notorious self-styled icons. Nine years in the making and spanning three continents, Ben Lee: Catch My Disease is a feature documentary about pop music, spirituality, celebrity and the erosion of reality. A highly authored portrait of a charming, confounding, at times infuriating artist, Ben Lee: Catch my Disease is an acerbic yet profoundly intimate portrait of a unique child pop star who stepped through the looking glass of fame.