The combination of one of the cinema's greatest filmmakers (Martin Scorsese) and the world's most enduring rock band (The Rolling Stones) is too tempting to pass up.
The result a mixture of the Stones' undeniable stage presence, classic songs and dark edge captured with visceral energy by Scorsese's team of constantly moving cameras inside New York's Beacon Theatre during their mammoth A Bigger Bang tour. No stone is left unturned.
'Shine a Light' is also breaks frequently for priceless backstage and documentary footage, and contains a show stopping guest appearance from blues legend Buddy Guy. Even Keef is blown away.
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