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Take That: Look Back, Don't Stare - a Movie about Progress - Blu-Ray - 15

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Take That - "Look Back, Don't Stare - A Movie About Progress". With the film, Gary, Mark, Howard, Robbie & Jason provide exclusive and highly personal insights into the events of the past year and their concerns, hopes and visions. This film accompanied the band during the recording of the most important album of her career.

The two directors Fred Scott and Nick Davies have made an unbelievably exciting film about one of the biggest bands of our time with this film, and they have managed to experience this emotional wave of the last 12 months to capture the fans in beautiful pictures.

Honest, personal & open - the true story behind the most exciting reunification of British music history!

Item details

Classification:
15
Condition:
Used
Display format:
16:9
Genre:
Documentary
Region:
ABC

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Take That - "Look Back, Don't Stare - A Movie About Progress". With the film, Gary, Mark, Howard, Robbie & Jason provide exclusive and highly personal insights into the events of the past year and their concerns, hopes and visions. This film accompanied the band during the recording of the most important album of her career.

The two directors Fred Scott and Nick Davies have made an unbelievably exciting film about one of the biggest bands of our time with this film, and they have managed to experience this emotional wave of the last 12 months to capture the fans in beautiful pictures.

Honest, personal & open - the true story behind the most exciting reunification of British music history!

Classification:
15
Condition:
Used
Display format:
16:9
Genre:
Documentary
Region:
ABC

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