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A Woman walks across the city to the edge of town. She has surreal encounters with real and imaginary characters as she seeks atonement, remembering the unhappy incidents in her life that have brought her to this present state of despair.
A celebration of over 40 years of music and friendship
I just watched Rush / Time Stand Still with my 20 yr old son. We are Rush fans, although not as hardcore as some of the fans in the film - some fans have been to well over 100 Rush concerts. What stands out in the doc is the band's dedication to their music and their fans. The band never worried about having singles on the charts or the criticism / dismissal they received from the mainstream music media. They kept slogging away, touring touring touring and perfecting their craft. And now, after 40 years, they are an overnight success. Other musicians are coming forward to talk about how they admire or were inspired by the band, and also how funny and nice Alex, Geddy and Neil were/are in person. This doc will make you laugh at times, but overall there is a sense of looming sadness because you know the final curtain is about to fall. It's like when Wayne Gretzky made his final skate around Madison Square Gardens waving at the fans. It's the end of an era. Thanks guys for all the great music.
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