Bowie
The Man Who Changed The World

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Steev

Awful film. No Bowie music, large gaps in career, awful guests and chasing his celebrity more than anything else. Not worth the time it took to watch, which I continued hoping it would get better.

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maria

It was good. I was expecting more music!

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