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Legendary British rock band The Rolling Stones mark their 50th year together.

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Directed by

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Brett Morgen

Written by

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Brett Morgen ... (writer)

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Stuart M. Besser ... consulting producer
Lindsay Brown ... supervising producer: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Sherry Daly ... co-executive producer
Mick Jagger ... producer
Geoff Kempin ... executive producer: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Morgan Neville ... co-producer
Victoria Pearman ... producer
Keith Richards ... executive producer
Jane Rose ... co-executive producer
Joanna Rudnick ... supervising producer
Terry Shand ... executive producer: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Joyce Smyth ... co-executive producer
Charlie Watts ... executive producer
Andrew Winter ... supervising producer: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Ronnie Wood ... executive producer (as Ron Wood)

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Stuart Levy
Conor O'Neill

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Jason Barnoski ... assistant editor
Lizzy Calhoun ... assistant editor
Lisa Dennis ... post-production consultant
Amy Janes ... post-production consultant
Margarita Jimeno ... additional assistant editor
Nicole King ... assistant editor
Kevin Klauber ... additional editing
James Leche ... first assistant editor
Byron Levy ... additional editor
Adam H. Miller ... assistant editor
Steve M. Ngo ... assistant editor (as Steve Ngo)
Chris Punsalan ... assistant editor
Philip Welch ... assistant editor

Production Management

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John A. Amicarella ... post-production supervisor

Sound Department

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Antonio L. Arroyo ... sound mixer
Abe Dolinger ... sound mixer
Mick Duffield ... sound recordist
Cameron Frankley ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Jason W. Jennings ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Jon Michaels ... sound editor
Ryan Murphy ... sound mix technician
Steve Pederson ... re-recording mixer
Tony Pilkington ... re-recording engineer
Stuart Wilson ... sound recordist

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Yankee Peddler ... animation production

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Paul Daley ... gaffer

Music Department

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Peter Afterman ... music supervisor
Alison Litton ... associate music supervisor
Jon Michaels ... music editor
Margaret Yen ... music supervisor

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Dale Aratan ... personal security
Dale Araten ... misc crew
Jessica Berman Bogdan ... archival research and clearances
Katie Bormaster ... production assistant
Rebecca Bradshaw ... legal affairs & clearances: Eagle Rock
Jonah Braun ... assistant to the director/research assistant
Kami Brooks ... production accountant
Lindsay Brown ... production supervisor: Eagle Rock
Caryn Capotosto ... production coordinator
Dannielle Carr ... research assistant
Dean Cheley ... clearance counsel (as Dean R. Cheley)
Rachel Cooper ... London liason
Phil Davey ... film archivist: Rolling Stones
Sam Dwyer ... archival coordination: UK
Paul Edwards ... head of legal services
J.J. Emanuel ... assistant to Jane Rose
Jan Favie ... production accountant
Jason Finestone ... legal affairs & clearances: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Mara Freedman ... assistant to Victoria Pearman
Vincent Guastamacchia ... personal security
Braeden Henderson ... post-production coordinator
Rosie Holley ... production manager: Eagle Rock
Alle Hsu ... intern
Catherine Jacobs ... intern
Sophia Kalin ... intern
Judith Karfiol ... legal services: US
James Karnabach ... archival consultant
Geoff Kempin ... production executive: Eagle Rock
Ira Korman ... archival consultant
Larry Marion ... archival consultant
Kandice Martellaro ... intern
Jim McDonnell ... archival research and clearances
Mick McKenna ... audio archivist: Rolling Stones
David Navarrete ... assistant to Jane Rose
David Peck ... archival consultant: Reelin' In The Years
Alexandra Pyke-Bagrash ... intern
Remberto Ramos ... production assistant
Melissa Roy ... legal affairs & clearances: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Angie Scott ... assistant to Joyce Smyth
Terry Shand ... production executive: Eagle Rock
Peter Shukat ... legal affairs & clearances: Eagle Rock Entertainment
Wyatt Stone ... assistant research coordinator
Ashley Tindall ... research coordinator
Lauren Uba ... intern
Mathew Ward ... research assistant
Christine West ... transcription
Andrew Winter ... production supervisor: Eagle Rock
Bill Wyman ... historical consultant

Thanks

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Tom Bennett ... special thanks
Steve Bing ... very special thanks
Bill Bolton ... special thanks
Alisa Coleman ... special thanks
Matthew Crowfoot ... special thanks
Elizabeth Curran ... special thanks
Fran Curtis ... special thanks
Stephen Daly ... special thanks
Daisy Davies ... special thanks
Bernard Doherty ... special thanks
Kate Etteridge ... special thanks
Cecily Farrell ... special thanks
Franco Farrell ... special thanks
Gigi Gimbel ... special thanks
Tom Hingston ... special thanks
Cara Hutchinson ... special thanks
Travel Corps Julie Shapiro ... special thanks
Theron Kabrich ... special thanks
Jason Karlov ... special thanks
Chuck Leavell ... very special thanks
Richard Leher ... special thanks
Christine Lowery ... special thanks
Barry 'Spin' Mindel ... special thanks
Martin Scorsese ... very special thanks
Dale Skjerseth ... special thanks
Bomber Hurley Smith ... very special thanks (as Bomber Hurley-Smith)
George Smith ... special thanks
Andrew Solt ... special thanks
Mick Taylor ... very special thanks
Don Was ... very special thanks

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Plot Summary

A mostly chronological look at the Rolling Stones with archive footage and recent off-camera commentary by Jagger, Richards, Watts, Wyman, Taylor, and Wood. Topics include virtually instant success (and fans' dangerous antics), becoming songwriters, press coverage as the anti-Beatles, Richards and Jagger's drug arrest and trial, Brian Jones' decline and death, fleeing the tax man to the south of France, a U.S. tour and the Altamont disaster, trading the bad boys image for being fun onstage when Wood replaces Taylor,and Richards kicking smack: "The band comes first." The six also talk about what makes them a great rock and roll band. Written by

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Also Known As
  • Die Rolling Stones - Ein Rückblick auf 50 Jahre Bandgeschichte (Germany)
  • A Rolling Stones története (Hungary)
  • The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane (Norway)
  • クロスファイアー・ハリケーン (Japan, Japanese title)
  • The Rolling Stones: Crossfire Hurricane (Italy)
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  • 111 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The title is taken from the line "I was born in a crossfire hurricane" from the song "Jumpin' Jack Flash." See more »
Quotes Keith Richards, Himself: Of course, you have to talk about Andrew Oldham, who'd been working for Brian Epstein, with the Beatles. He went around London and he heard we were kicking up a storm in some clubs. He took a look around and he said, "Hey, there can't be just one band in England."
Mick Jagger, Himself: Andrew wanted to make the Rolling Stones the anti-Beatles. So, you got heroes, you got an anti-hero. Like in a movie, you got good guys and bad guys. Andrew decided that the Rolling Stones were the bad guys. It wasn't just an accident. He thought the Rolling Stones would suit that image. It helps to have people that go along with it or would fit the bill. It's good to have an actor to play the part.
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