A dazzling and delirious portrait of one of rock's greatest living photographers, Mick Rock, whose work with the likes of David Bowie, Queen, Blondie, Lou Reed and Iggy Pop created iconic images that would come to define them.
★★★★ “An invaluable glimpse into the private thoughts of rock legends.” – Slant Magazine
Forming friendships with Lou Reed, Iggy Pop and David Bowie in the 1970’s, photographer Mick Rock produced a series iconic images which would come to define the era. Over the years, he shot everyone from Queen and Blondie to The Ramones and The Talking Heads, confirming his status as an inimitable and iconic part of rock ‘n’ roll history.
“I’m not after your soul, I’m after your f***ing aura” – Mick RockWith a wild array of personal stories, revelations and a rich archive of images, footage and audio recordings – many of which have never been heard or seen before – director Barnaby Clay unfolds Rock’s remarkable life in this dazzling and delirious portrait of one of rock’s greatest living photographers.