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Follow the incredible rise, fall and rebirth of one of the worlds most renowned DJ's and composer's, Avicii. From the highs of worldwide chart domination to the lows of major health scares, Avicii: True Stories offers a unique and compelling insight into the life of a modern day musical genius.Written by
In light of, or in spite of, recent events-this is hard to watch. I actually find this heartbreaking. This is an excellent film, a litle unnerving in that some of the narrative is in the past tense(purely due to the timing), but very good. 'Fan' or not, and I wasn't as such, we've all heard his music.
The film was really informative and really well put together. You see how he worked and the love for the music. The struggles of the guy are almost palpable though throughout. I have experienced addiction, etc and I can get, in a small way, how difficult things must have become. I don't know how he did it, there really is only so much a person can take. I just imagine him hating the drinking, the lifestyle, but having to carry on. Night after night after night...All the way through, I felt stressed out and anxious myself and that's, what, an hour and a half
There's definitely a story there and a sad one at that
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