Subtitle Almost Famous
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subtitle Almost Famous
Almost Famous just wouldn't be Almost Famous without its setting: the early 1970's rock-and-roll scene. The movie is a glimpse into the era, featuring some real-life figures (Lester Bangs, Ben Fong-Torres, Jann Wenner) and real-life bands (Led Zeppelin, David Bowie, Humble Pie, The Who) of the day. The time period is made explicitly clear in the film, with subtitles reminding the viewer that we start out in 1969 and move on to 1973.
ColorAnamorphic widescreen (1.85:1)Single-sided, dual-layered disc (SS-DL)Dolby Digital 5.1 (English), Dolby 2.0 Surround (English)English, Spanish, and French subtitlesAudio commentary with Cameron Crowe, Crowe's mother, and various crew.Interview with Lester BangsCameron Crowe's Top 10 albums of 1973"Love Comes and Goes" montage of behind-the-scenes footageSeven articles Crowe wrote for Rolling Stone during the 1970sB-sides collection of behind-the-scenes clips
That may well be the theme of Cameron Crowe's 'Almost Famous' (which is also known as 'Untitled' domestically in its extended cut, the film's original title). A "semi-autobiographical" look at his own life as a teenager writing for Rolling Stone magazine, we get to follow a different band (not the Allman Brothers Band), but this is one of those films with your typical "the characters and events in this film do not represent real people and events, and any coincidences are purely coincidental" disclaimer that exists solely to prevent lawsuits. Apparently, far too many of the events in this film are based on the real life events Crowe saw firsthand while, even if characters are mish-mashes of famous people, and the events from his entire career are crammed into this single tour.
'Almost Famous' is a nostalgic trip through a great time in rock 'n roll, despite a certain pessimist saying that rock was already dying (and if the radio today is any clue, it's long dead), about a more innocent, less litigious time when the music was pure, the sex and drugs weren't every day gossip fodder, when even a kid, given the talent, could do (and did) the job. It's almost like a portal to a better age, a fond memory that would be impossible to conceive if the things portrayed didn't (mostly) happen in reality. It's the very definition of a whirlwind ride of a film, one that sweeps you off your feet, and doesn't let go, making the lengthy runtime whizz by in a second, leaving you with characters that feel beyond real, events that you can relate to, and lessons that can be learned vicariously through the naive William Miller. It's wall to wall awesome, the only shortcoming is the fact that it can be a bit too fanatical and, on occasion, a bit too much of a good thing. 041b061a72