Originally aired as a 30min documentary, it was later released on video as "U2: The Unforgettable Fire Collection" with the added videos of "The Unforgettable Fire", "Bad", "Pride" & "A Sort Of Homecoming" See more »
This is a good documentary of recording U2's first significant album. Though not much stylishly made as "Rattle and Hum" but the good point is this documentary never turned out to be a advertisement of the band that "Rattle and Hum" had. It focussed on studio as far as possible.
The shot of recording "Pride (in the name of love)" in a castle is a fine example of production. The song, in the memoir of Martin Luther King Jr. is also the best.
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