ROLLING STONE: LIFE AND DEATH OF BRIAN JONES | DocHouse

POSTPONED - ROLLING STONE: LIFE AND DEATH OF BRIAN JONES

Dir: Danny Garcia
United Kingdom / 2019 / 96mins

Brian Jones was fragile and ill-equipped for life in the global spotlight. A musical genius who could play countless instruments, his talent was offset by a weakness for temptation which led him time and again into trouble.

Jones displayed a huge talent for music  - his early obsession with blues and jazz led him to advertise for the bandmates which became the Rolling Stones.  He also was a playboy - fathering six illegitimate children with six different women -  and had an affinity for drugs and alcohol. As one contributor notes, he was the “DNA of the band’s rebellious nature.”

In Danny Garcia’s engrossing film, many of Jones’ inner circle look back at his colourful, all too short life, and the suspicious circumstances surrounding his death in a swimming pool at age 27. 

 

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Date: Sun 22 Mar 2020 - Thu 26 Mar 2020
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