Back And Forth (DVD)
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FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH is the feature length Foo Fighters documentary directed by Academy Award winner James Moll (The Last Days, Running The Sahara). The DVD features 35 minutes of extras including additional interviews and deleted scenes. Produced by Exclusive Media Group s documentary division Spitfire Pictures and co-produced and co-financed by Exclusive Media Group and RCA Records, FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH is an incredibly intimate and comprehensive portrait of Foo Fighters. From Dave Grohl's cassette demos that became Foo Fighters' self-titled 1995 debut to the new worldwide #1 album Wasting Light, FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH chronicles every triumph and tragedy along the band's path to becoming one of the biggest and most loved bands on the planet. In-depth interviews with Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear take the viewer through the making of the double-platinum The Colour & The Shape, the back to back Best Rock Album Grammy winners There Is Nothing Left To Lose and One By One, the double album opus In Your Honor, the multiple Grammy winning Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, a record-breaking 170,000-plus-attended two-night headline at Wembley Stadium, and the Foos' subsequent return to Grohl's garage for the analog-only sessions with producer Butch Vig that yielded Wasting Light. With all that and breathtaking performance footage to spare, FOO FIGHTERS: BACK AND FORTH is essential viewing not just for Foo fans, but for anyone who's ever wondered what makes a rock band great--and what makes a great band persevere.
Foo Fighters - everything they do is magic
Kourtney & Dylan on 21.12.2011
I saw this documentary at the cinema a few months ago and bought the DVD as soon as I could. I have watched it hundreds of times since I bought it. Brilliant, funny, intense and so honest. Foo Fighters can do no wrong.
A must see for any Foo Fighters fan
sparkyfan sparky on 16.12.2012
This documentary is a detailed look at the evolution of the Foo Fighters, and you get to see their ups and downs as the band grows over the years. Their status today was certainly not won without great effort, and it's very interesting to see the human side of the band members. I found this an irresistible watch as have other friends who have seen it, and I highly recommend it not only for Foo Fighters fans, but also for anyone who is struggling to raise their own band.