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The Man from Mo'Wax (2016)

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A pulsating documentary charting the extraordinary life and career of underground DJ icon, music producer and global trip hop mogul, James Lavelle. Starring DJ Shadow, 3D of Massive Attack,... See full summary »

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Matthew Jones
2 nominations. See more awards »

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Credited cast:
James Lavelle James Lavelle ... Himself
DJ Shadow DJ Shadow ... Himself
Ian Brown ... Himself
Josh Homme ... Himself (as Joshua Homme)
Thom Yorke ... Himself
Grandmaster Flash ... Himself
Gilles Peterson Gilles Peterson ... Himself
Badly Drawn Boy Badly Drawn Boy ... Himself
Robert Del Naja ... Himself (as Robert del Naja)
Futura 2000 Futura 2000 ... Himself (as Futura)
Steve Finan Steve Finan ... Himself
Swifty Swifty ... Himself
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Ames ... Himself
Galya Bisengalieva ... Herself
Paul Bradshaw Paul Bradshaw ... Himself
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A pulsating documentary charting the extraordinary life and career of underground DJ icon, music producer and global trip hop mogul, James Lavelle. Starring DJ Shadow, 3D of Massive Attack, Futura, Ian Brown, Grandmaster Flash and Josh Homme. Written by Anonymous

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Documentary | Music

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UK | Japan | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

15 March 2016 (USA) See more »

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Filming Locations:

London, England, UK

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28 Entertainment,Capture See more »
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16:9 HD
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Not your typical music documentary - A fast paced emotional roller coaster
2 September 2018 | by lulabulaSee all my reviews

A fascinating watch even if you are not necessarily into this music scene. You are taken on fast paced and emotionally journey through James Lavelle's career. This is not your typical music documentary. It shows some quite raw and difficult to watch moments when Lavelle is at his lowest. The humour sprinkled throughout, especially from interviews with Josh Homme really make this film sparkle.


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