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STRAIGHT INTO A STORM centers around DEER TICK's 2014/15 10th anniversary run in New York City. A portrait of a hard rocking band known for their live performances on their evolutionary journey to become one of the greatest cult rock bands of our time. Anchored by a fan chosen set list and New Year's Eve performance, the film weaves in and out of time over the last 10 years utilizing never before seen archive footage from their booze drenched early days to the successful touring/recording band they are now- and everything in between.

Music, Documentary, Biography
William Miller

All Systems Operational

Product details

Genres Music, Documentary, Biography
Director William Miller
Country USA
Also Known As Straight Into a Storm
Runtime 1 h 50 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K

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Sunday, 09 Aug 2020 05:52

The documentary Straight into a Storm is, essentially, a concert video shot in real time during the opening day of the 1996 Olympic Games. The production team has managed to bring the same live footage of the event to screen to the masses for the first time. The footage is sparse and very sparse in terms of the number of photos that are actually used. In fact, when there are only three images, the production team chooses to make the images larger so that they are actually used more often and more closely. The production team, along with some talented young people, has managed to be able to get the footage from the games broadcast, which was a very limited and limited amount of footage. The live footage from the games broadcast is also very limited and it is only a couple of clips that are used and edited in. There are very few interviews and the film has only one piece of music, which is the music from the opening of the Olympic Games. The music used is rather amazing and it is quite a unique piece. The overall atmosphere of the film is very light and pleasant. The production team has managed to be able to get the best out of a very limited and limited amount of footage. The film is an outstanding documentary that really gets to the heart of the Olympic Games and shows us what really makes the games special. The video itself is a bit of a mess and doesn't really flow or flow well. The lack of good music is a bit of a problem. The production team has been able to do a lot with what they have and the video is an excellent documentary and should really be watched by everyone.

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