An old roll of film from the summer 1965 shows a party in an apartment on Fersens road in Malmö. It shows local popidols from bands like Namelosers and Gonks, but also common pop guys and girls. They gather around some exclusive guests: Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Brian Jones from Rolling Stones - the first international popband that visits Malmö. 40 years later the film creators meets some of the guests at the party. Rolling Like a Stone is a documentary about the people who had their identity shaped during the years in the mid-sixties. It is also a film about the difficulty of growing old with your dreams, and living in the present.
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Aswathi T (br) wrote: The movie just seemed incomplete
Matthew L (mx) wrote: Just as emotionally involving as the first! Powerful film
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Mishad S (it) wrote: Sin palabras... Mathew Barney y Bjrk van ms alla...
Cory T (es) wrote: One of those movies where a bunch of high-profile actors get together and lower their asking prices in exchange for doing something they can classify as "artistic." Too bad this movie is nothing of the sort.
Leo L (it) wrote: This feels more like a Woody Allen's movie, and not in a good way.
Jason J (gb) wrote: A tearjerker ending to a tribute to actress Heather O Rourke's death!
Donald W (jp) wrote: #WOODYALLENRETRO PODCAST PROJECT (available on iTunes)Witty, Fun and a great homage to Casablanca - some bits are a bit long in the tooth but overall very enjoyable and great chemistry between Woody & Keaton
Jose C (de) wrote: Good script but too slow development... a runaway film
Charlie D (ca) wrote: This movie sure makes you hungry... But this movie is just like any other feel good movie and it is too predictable