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Détails sur le produit

  • Acteurs : Air
  • Format : PAL
  • Studio : Source
  • Date de sortie VHS : 13 décembre 1999
  • ASIN: B00004RJE8
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Artist: Air
Manufacturer: Virgin

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HASH(0xa1568180) étoiles sur 5 Definitely Not your typical Documentary! 13 février 2000
Par P. Neumann - Publié sur
Format: DVD
This is one quirky film. It had me puzzled at first but by the end I was laughing out loud. Yes, this is a documentary about Air's (The French band) first world tour with their album 'Moon Safari'. It contains playful interviews with the artist themselves, band members and average people on the street! The only complaint is that I just wished it contained more concert footage of the show itself. (But maybe that because I missed their tour.) All four music videos are included especially 'Kelly Watch the Stars' which sounds incredible! Overall, a fun documentary trying to capture and understand the insanity of touring.
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HASH(0xa157b75c) étoiles sur 5 Kelly Watch the Stars (but you don't) 14 juillet 2000
Par Dan Warne - Publié sur
Format: DVD
The Air DVD is mildly disappointing given it is marketed as a documentary on the duo, but the "complete works of Air" (4 video clips) are actually worth the money for the DVD. The video clips, while only song-length, really are mini films and are pretty snappy mixtures of cinematography, slick retro French design, and that mellow sexy groove. It's worth noting that the video clips are actually different versions of the songs than what's on the CD, so if you are a real Air fan this makes the DVD worth it alone.
The video clip of "Kelly Watch the Stars" is particularly impressive and gave me an interesting, different interpretation of the song from how I originally perceived it. The version on the DVD has more 'cha cha' clap sounds added into it which spice it up more than the originally very mellow version, but I actually prefer this new version.
A word of warning - I have a Pioneer DV525 with a region modification, and although this disc is an all-region disc, I have had some problems getting it to work properly. The main problem is video corruption after the copyright message at the beginning of the disc. However I have been able to work around this by pressing "Menu" after the copyright message which refreshes the menu and everything seems to work fine. I suspect this could just be a problem with my player and region modification but I thought I would mention it anyway.
Overall - a worthwhile addition to your collection if only to play the video clips on repeat at a party (which you can do, by programming the titles on your DVD by the way). But don't expect much from the documentary on the disc.
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HASH(0xa1568ce4) étoiles sur 5 McDonalds. 24 octobre 2008
Par Brian Lange. - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
The first time I saw this documentary I simply loved it.

I will be the first to admit, is is NOT your typical run of the mill "here is this band" type of documentary. Mike Mills uses odd camera movements, often venturing off of the subjects mid-speech and showing their environment, with no worries about crew members in the shot. The movement for me becomes almost transient much like that of a lava-lite... it sort of lulls you, puts you into a hypnotic state that makes the seemingly boring and arbitrary questions the most fascinating.

A number of interviewees will tell the viewers whether or not they like McDonalds (often citing their favorite item on the menu), what kind of animal they would be, the importance of money, what they think of AIR (many of whom do not even know the band)... among a myriad of questions harpooned at AIR, whose slight language barrier often provides a comedic sort of sympathetic viewing experience.

The documentary is entirely in black and white, which doesn't affect my viewing. I personally am a big fan of b/w, especially when juxtapozed against a band such as AIR, who typically seems to have a lot of vivid color in their sound and aesthetic.

Finally I should say that I am not the biggest fan of AIR, but I still loved this documentary. I feel as though certain die-hard fans may not love it as much. Mills does ask a lot of personal questions to the band, often invading their hotel room or talking to them backstage or on the tour bus. We find out more about them through the live bandmates and AIR themselves... but the direction this documentary takes is much more of an avant-garde experimental documentary sort. I feel as though filmmakers would really appreciate this film for its unique qualities.

Though I think that AIR is the perfect subject for a doc like this, I also feel that, like an episode of "Behind the Music", this could be about almost any band and it would be interesting.
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HASH(0xa157c948) étoiles sur 5 Good videos.... 17 avril 2000
Par Dimtiri - Publié sur
Format: DVD
lemme start of by saying i was reeally dissapointed with this documentary. having fast forwarded practically all of the video because of the bore. only good reason to own this dvd is because of some unreleased art work from the band AND the music videos that is in it "sexy boy", "kelly watch the stars", "all i need", and "le soleil est pres de moi". the music videos are really entertaining to watch. Fav. video "all i need". besides that the documentary really bites. everytime the band would be in an interview all u ever got to hear was the reporters questions and thats it, the video would cut off to another scene as soon as the french duo would open their mouths, questions that i was really interested in knowing the answers. besides that theres that annoying camera thats always panning left to right in practically every scene ( it goes so far to the left and right that u see the walls 75 percent of the time and of the band 25 ) you get practically no info on the the band, and when it was over i was still in the same place as when i put the dvd in. i absolutely love AIR but this documentary doesnt do it justice. Good only for the videos and art work.
HASH(0xa157cae0) étoiles sur 5 Five Stars 19 septembre 2015
Par Darren Davis - Publié sur
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
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