It's Lara's 60th birthday, and this very evening, her son will be giving his debut piano concert. Lara mapped out his musical career. But Lara is not welcome at his debut performance. Even if Lara engages, everything gets out of control.
Jan Ole Gerster
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I love Michael Hutchence as a musical artist and had read his biography "Lost boy of INXS" by his sister, Tina, which was an excellent read. Unfortunately for me, this documentary fell very short of expectations. We don't actually get to see or hear a lot of Michael, other than what's already out there on YouTube etc, and the editing was extremely choppy and disjointed. Sound quality was very bad too, with alternate scenes of closed captions and non-closed captions. I'm not old or deaf, but would have appreciated clarity on the muffled voice over.
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