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David Bowie: Stardust

‘The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars’ is one of the most influential albums in the astonishing career of David Bowie. It was released 1972 and is the record that set Bowie on course to becoming one of the best-known pop stars in the world. In just over a year, Bowie penetrated the minds of the nation’s youth with a killer combination of extraterrestrial rock ‘n’ roll and outrageous sexuality, all delivered in high-heeled boots, multi-coloured dresses and extravagant make-up. Ziggy turned Bowie into stardust. This documentary unravels the story of how Bowie became one of the most iconic figures in the history of pop music. From his music, his fashion and his theatrical stage presence, all merged together turned David Bowie into the biggest craze since the Beatles. Ziggy’s instant success gave the impression that he was the perfectly planned pop star. But, as the film reveals his career was full of highs and lows to hit on just the right formula that would take him all the way to the top. We pay tribute to his career and the impact the dazzling man had on the nation.

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1 × 60
Definition
HD
YOP
2016
Producer
Entertain Me
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