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A Cross the Universe (2008)

'A Cross the Universe' is a documentary following the French EDM duo Justice touring North America.
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Cast

Credited cast:
Gaspard Augé Gaspard Augé ... Himself
Xavier de Rosnay Xavier de Rosnay ... Himself
Pedro Winter Pedro Winter ... Himself (as Busy P)
Mehdi Faveris-Essadi ... (as DJ Mehdi)
Sebastian Akchoté Sebastian Akchoté ... Himself (as SebastiAn)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Anthony Kiedis ... Himself
Parker Maass Parker Maass ... Himself
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'A Cross the Universe' is a documentary following the French EDM duo Justice touring North America.

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France

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French | English

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9 December 2008 (USA) See more »

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Atlantic Records See more »
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Love Me, Please Love Me
Performed by Michel Polnareff
(Michel Polnareff / Gerald)
(P) 1966 Polydor
courtesy of Universal Music Vision
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Lame...
30 December 2013 | by lavere-884-969188See all my reviews

More evidence of the post electro- whatever generation harping on about how well it can co opt clichés from the past... and totally miss the point.

Rock n' Roll wasn't only about loud music, alcohol, chicks, drugs, tight leather jackets, fancy hotels, Vegas weddings (yawn) and 'crazy' behavior (please, the 'gun toting' manager isn't crazy.. he's an idiot). Although these poseurs go out of their way to pack all of that into their own self published and obviously contrived 'music documentary' (included with the CD... oops, red light!), and still make it all appear tediously boring...

Imagine the Stones filming a documentary about themselves, and then packaging it with their records....

No. Rock n' Roll was about that inexplicable (and impossible to copy) extra ingredient. You couldn't put your finger on it. The only way you could tell a fake was because they were trying to be something they were not.

Like these guys. Only the new generation would see something new, where there is only theft.


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