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McQueen is a movie starring Bernard Arnault, Joseph Bennett, and Detmar Blow. The life and career of fashion designer Lee Alexander McQueen: from his start as a tailor, to launching and overseeing his eponymous line and his untimely...

Other Titles
マックイーン モードの反逆児, McQueen: Muodin kauhukakara, Alexander McQueen - Der Film, McQueen, modets enfent terrible, 時尚鬼才:McQueen, Alexander McQueen, Alexander McQueen - Il genio della moda
Running Time
1 hours 51 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary
Peter Ettedgui, Ian Bonhôte
Peter Ettedgui
Detmar Blow, Isabella Blow, Bernard Arnault, Joseph Bennett
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Alexander McQueen's rags-to-riches story is a modern-day fairy tale, laced with the gothic. Mirroring the savage beauty, boldness and vivacity of his design, this documentary is an intimate revelation of McQueen's own world, both tortured and inspired, which celebrates a radical and mesmerizing genius of profound influence.

Comments about biography «McQueen» (13)

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Howard Ramos

I just watched this documentary today and I have to say, that it's been two days since I watched it and I still have no idea why this movie won so many awards and to this day, I have no idea why this movie was so successful. This documentary is about a man named George Althaus who, since the early 1980's, has become an expert on audio equipment. During his time with the big leagues, Althaus, the lead engineer for the last two World Series of baseball, has developed the same types of equipment as the ones used in the movie and he has been building it for the last 20 years. What's really interesting about this movie is that it is not an explanation of his background or how he got the equipment, but it is an overview of what he has done in his career. This is not your ordinary documentary that tells you how a person got the equipment, but a documentary about the equipment itself. To me, the two things that makes this movie so good is that it's very informative, and it's fun. I personally like the fact that this documentary has no ending, it doesn't make you wait for an explanation of what he did or where he got the equipment from, but rather it shows you how George Althaus, the man, is different from most people. This is a great documentary that I would recommend to anyone who loves baseball or who wants to know more about how to get the equipment.

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One of the more controversial, most well-known works of David Bowie was given an Oscar nod for the song "Young Americans" in 1975. After the film, Bowie, of course, tried to get the song to the top of the charts again, and was given the opportunity to perform "Young Americans" on stage at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival. Unfortunately, this performance was cancelled due to bad weather, and Bowie had to perform in a small indoor theater. This documentary follows the journey Bowie and his producer Brian Slade went through to get the rights to the song, how the song went from a no-budget production to a massive hit and how it was used in an episode of the TV series 'Skins'. Bowie was still considered a rock star, but it was a much different persona than the one he had before, and Slade had to do whatever it took to get the song to the top of the charts. In the end, Bowie is given a standing ovation for his performance and a classic moment in American history. Bowie's performance was a success and he is probably the only performer of that era to receive a standing ovation.

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Betty Estrada

I've seen the documentary in 2011 and, while the film is very much a work of art, it has a rather depressing tone, especially when you consider the number of those who've died. It's a shame that it can be hard to find anything worthwhile about the disaster. Maybe the most important thing is that people everywhere need to see this film and consider how lucky they are to be alive. The movie is not great, but it's a good start for people to talk about the disaster.

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Donna Cook

This movie is very well done and interesting. The film tells the story of "Iris" as it was originally known. The title itself refers to the type of eye that Iris had. And the film also goes into the psychology behind the "eye of God" phenomenon. I think that it is a great movie and it is definitely worth seeing.

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Dennis E.

Being in a choir myself I was able to watch this film. I would say it was more of a documentary film than a documentary about the music of the early decades of the 20th century. What struck me about this film was how deep the pain that these men had to deal with was. I think it was definitely the 'Man' - the men who went through this, who had to be there - rather than the boys who were in the choir. That said, this film is well-done and has a very strong documentary feel to it. I can't say it was an easy film to watch. There were some very difficult scenes in this film that I think were very well acted. I think the acting was superb. But then again, we had to watch these men suffer to understand what they were going through. The performances are amazing and I'm really glad they were filmed. In all honesty, I think I'd recommend this film to a few of my friends who are going through the same thing I am. It's definitely a film I'd like to see again.

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Andrea W.

This movie is truly remarkable. It is a real study of human psychology and how we all fail at one time or another. It is quite frankly the most significant documentary I have ever seen. It shows that in every age, and even though we are all at a similar age, we can each stand on our own two feet. The films has also shown me that just because we don't want to admit it, and try to hide it, doesn't mean that we are as bad as we think we are. I think that this documentary has caused me to change my attitude towards life, and to stop trying to hide the fact that I am not good at anything. It shows us how far we can go to make others happy, and that we can actually go to far to try and make our own happiness. I loved this movie, and I suggest everyone to watch it. It is definitely a must watch.

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Madison G.

What an amazing and heart-warming documentary. Everything about it was amazing. I've never seen anything like it. It's not just an interesting look at one of the greatest music artists of all time, but at the genius of genius, the art of music. It's beautifully filmed, but it's also incredibly moving. The story of John Lennon and his tumultuous relationship with Yoko Ono, his relationship with other artists, his rise to fame and his tragic death, is both heartbreaking and inspirational. The documentary is beautifully narrated by a narrator named Mark Kermode. Kermode is the man behind the BBC's 'Davs', a brilliant documentary on the Beatles. I think Mark is one of the greatest interviewers I have ever seen. He has done some great stuff with David Letterman and even his own show. He has a great voice, he has great timing, he can really get to you and he can relate to you. He is the perfect interviewee. I'm not going to go into the details of what the film is about, but it's simply that this is a man who is a genius. His lyrics are simply beautiful and his music is simply magnificent. His genius is so vast, so great, that he's touched so many people. He is a genius, and I think that he deserves to be honored and admired and celebrated and remembered. So to all of his fans out there, and to everyone else who has ever loved him or cared for him or heard him or met him, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for allowing me to share this with you. Thank you for giving me the chance to know and be around someone who has inspired me and made me feel so powerful. Thank you for making me feel so powerful. Thank you for the music. Thank you for the gift of music. Thank you for the joy of listening to music. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to live out the memories of John Lennon. Thank you for allowing me to be a part of a special place that has given me such a profound sense of meaning and connection with a person and a place that I love. Thank you so much, John. Thank you so much, Yoko. Thank you so much, John Lennon. Thank you, John, for allowing me to be a part of the amazing journey of your life.

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Madison Hernandez

I am not a big fan of horse racing. I've never really felt much empathy for the horse, and there have been times where I've been very sad to see a horse get injured. The documentary on Ricky Vanez is an exception, because it is more about the emotional impact of the horse's injury than it is about the race. The documentary shows the impact that the injury has on the person, and how that affects their relationship with the horse, and also their own relationship with their horse. Although it is only a documentary, I think it is incredibly powerful. The director also shows how a horse and its owner can change the person and the world around them, and the person who loved the horse changes the world around them. This is not a film that you should be doing for free, or at any price, if you feel that you need to be moving your life forward. The film is well-made, and the documentary shows that not only can a horse be so different from its owner, it can change the owner and the world around them, and it does so in a very powerful and emotional way. The film also shows the emotional impact of injury in an unusual way, and I think that is a very powerful message that needs to be shared, especially in a world where people have become more attached to technology. I have read the book that the director is based on, and I think that the book is a powerful book, but the movie is a very powerful documentary, and I think that the book is a powerful book, but the movie is a very powerful documentary. I have to say that the documentary is very well-made, and I highly recommend it.

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Frances Porter

I watched this movie in my sophomore year of college in 1998. The movie really hit home for me. I have recently been writing a paper on what I feel is the unique and massive social/cultural impact that the movie has had on me and my community. I will also add that this movie is a prime example of the type of film that "everyone" should watch. The "primal/formal" effects that this movie has had on my life are not limited to college students. I also felt that this movie had a tremendous effect on me in my community. One of the most important effects that this movie has had on me is that I have taken a more serious and analytical approach to my studies. This has made me a better student. I feel that this movie has made me more capable of listening to my fellow classmates and listening to their opinions and concerns. Overall, the movie was both moving and educational. The movie was certainly memorable, but more importantly, the movie made me more "likeable" by showing me what it was like to be someone different. For that reason alone, I give this movie a 9 out of 10.

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Alexander Sandoval

I watched this movie after seeing the reviews here. And that's why I was so surprised. The movie was great. It showed the life of this amazing man. His life and his journey. The movie is very good. It's the truth about drug addiction. The truth about the crisis of drug addiction. It shows the life of this man and the life of those who help him. I can't praise this movie enough. It's a must watch. It's a story of a life and a crisis of addiction. This movie should be in the history of cinema. Because it's one of the most honest movies I've ever seen. Every single word and gesture of the director was just incredible. If you have not seen this movie yet, watch it. It's one of the best movies ever. I recommend it to everyone. You will be amazed.

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Laura Moreno

I had watched this film on DVD when it first came out, and it was just a breath of fresh air. It gave an insight to a people who never really got their due. When they did get theirs, it was often forgotten. I am a Western-only fan and I thought this was a great piece of cinema. However, if you are not into this genre, it's not going to do it for you. I have always felt that the films were about the story, not the action. This one is no different. However, if you are into the action genre, then you will definitely get a kick out of this. It is a true portrayal of a people's way of life. The story is about a young man who becomes a leader, but loses his wife to a mining accident. His daughter is a great example of how a mother is very important. I liked the characters, and the film does not overstay its welcome. It leaves you wanting more, and it leaves you with the hope that there is more to come.

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Cynthia G.

Liked this movie. This is a MUST see for all parents and grandparents of the modern generation. It's an amazing story. A must see for any serious movie buff or even just a film lover. I found it a great movie to watch with a group of people. I had the pleasure of seeing this film with some of my closest friends and family members. And the movie has stayed with us all. The movie also gave a very important message. It really makes you think about what your priorities should be. And what will you do to keep your family safe. The movie was very informative and emotional and very touching. The movie will change your life. It is a must see movie for everyone.

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Patrick A.

The documentary "Quentin Tarantino: A Documentary" by Mike Davis (the same director who did "Pulp Fiction") takes us behind the scenes of Tarantino's first film "Kill Bill" and some of his more recent movies, with interviews with directors, writers, actors, and producers. The interviews are mainly limited to Tarantino himself, and although he seems to be a great interview subject, he is hardly given any time to say anything substantive. However, he does talk about his ideas for each movie, and is also a great conversationalist. He is, I believe, one of the most articulate, knowledgeable, and interesting interview subjects I've ever seen in an interview. The first hour or so is mostly about his early work, his first drafts of scripts, his ideas for the movie scripts, and his thoughts about the characters, and the director of the first film. But once the interviewers get into Tarantino's current work, they are allowed to delve into a little more of his background. This is a very interesting, fascinating, and very important look at one of the most influential filmmakers of the 21st century. For fans of Tarantino, this is a must-see. For film critics and fans of Tarantino, this is a must-see. The film will be an interesting interview subject for a long time. Highly recommended.