Freddie Mercury - The Final Act


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David Bowie as Self
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1 hr 29 min
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1 hr 29 min
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Reviewed by kagey-287699 / 10


I'll put the header as a warning !!

This whole documentary is an emotional journey . When we look back now at those years and our very blinkered views .

This was a heartwarming tribute to a wonderful singer songwriter that adored life and showed it . Taken far to early through nothing more than loving life

If it doesn't put a lump in your throat and a tear in your eye !!

Reviewed by nazaningustin10 / 10


He'll live forever to me, until I'm alive.

Sometime I wish I was older, so that I could've lived at the same time as he did, to have a chance to meet him.

He is what I CALL : A MUSICIAN.

A singer, a Legend.

Reviewed by bbewnylorac8 / 10

Well made and informative

Queen have been in a lot of documentaries, but this one, about the last years of their frontman, Freddie Mercury, is brilliant. Reports and interviews about the rise and devastation of AIDS are interspersed with Mercury's sad journey of having to hide his illness and homosexuality, then later coming to a degree of acceptance and peace. The interviewee list is illuminating - not just famous people but his sister, friends and house staff. George Michael's cousin gives an interesting insight into how Michael's singing at Mercury's memorial concert was personally significant for Michael. The belated appearance of Axl Rose to duet with Elton John on Bohemian Rhapsody is electrifying. It sounds obvious, but that concert showed just how great a musician Mercury was. And how much he was adored by fans. As a Def Leppard singer points out, though, the early 1990s was a strange time, because there was still a lot of homophobia around, but at the same time, people were starting to come out of the closet. Maybe the doco glosses over the downsides about Freddie's life a bit too much, but it does a decent job, and points out they millions still die of AIDS due to lack of access to drugs, and suffer persecution..

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