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Stages: Three Days in Mexico - Britney Spears (2002)

This behind the scenes documentary follows Britney Spears during her "Dream Within A Dream" concert tour in Mexico City. She is about to turn 21 years old, about to retire for a year, and reflects about her fame and future.

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Judy Hoffman
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Angela Randle Elgani Angela Randle Elgani ... Featured / Dancer
Britney Spears ... Herself
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This behind the scenes documentary follows Britney Spears during her "Dream Within A Dream" concert tour in Mexico City. She is about to turn 21 years old, about to retire for a year, and reflects about her fame and future.

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

19 February 2003 (Japan) See more »

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Budget:

$100,000 (estimated)
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NVU Productions See more »
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Color:

Color (NTSC Color)

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1.66 : 1
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Innocence Revisited
27 September 2007 | by mirusSee all my reviews

Many documentaries use editing, effects and music to create a mood or emphasize a point, which I think is a great way to make your voice heard through movie magic. Propaganda can be lovely when well executed. However, this behind-the-scenes documentary is almost completely absent of those techniques, a very uncommon trait in the business of hanging around with superstars. It feels almost like an edited home video, and that I am thankful for.

Director Judy Hoffman and documentary cameraman Albert Maysles give us a glimpse into the everyday life of 20-year-old pop phenomenon Britney Spears and her crew during a three-day concert tour in Mexico. This refreshingly impartial little documentary leads us through a microcosmos of body guards, hotel corridors, stages and the ever-present faceless hordes of hysterical fans, nicely accompanied by the pop star's not-so-commercial southern accent and undeniable natural beauty.

Partly interesting, partly boring, nevertheless fascinating.


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