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Unsubtle Record of Swedish House Mafia's Final World Tour
Anyone expecting subtlety or insight from Christian Larson's account of Swedish House Mafia's final world tour will be sadly disappointed.
This is a bold, brassy kaleidoscope, both sonic and visual, of the band in performance, augmented by some not-exactly-original insights on life on tour from the band members themselves. We learn about the rigors of moving endlessly from place to place, constructing and striking the elaborate sets, and the "difficulties" (if they can be described as such) experienced by the band in keeping the unwelcome attention of their legions of fans at bay.
This kind of material has been well-trodden in previous films such A HARD DAY'S NIGHT (1964) and DON'T LOOK BACK (1967). LEAVE THE WORLD BEHIND will appeal to fans of Swedish House Mafia but not to others unacquainted with their work.
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