And so ist Daft Punk. What makes this a very interesting film is that you only catch small glimpses of the guys' faces. Specifically, events where Thomas and Guy-Man are going into the public eye where they will know themselves that they will be photographed is okay for example, Thomas going on the red carpet with his wife where he knows he'll be photographed. I was expecting maybe a couple of photos, but you get videos from concerts and similar. Daft Punk Unchained is the first film about the pop culture phenomenon that is Daft Punk, the duo with 12 million albums sold worldwide and seven Grammy Awards. I as a fan, really found it informative.
In this documentation you can see, how this two guys invented themselfs and how they went throug the grow-up-process of their style. Instead of seeking fame in the traditional way, the duo have remained anonymous--donning modified motorcycle helmets and pretending to be robots in all public appearances. Daft Punk Unchained is the first film about the pop culture phenomenon that is Daft Punk, the duo with 12 million albums sold worldwide and seven Grammy Awards. On the other hand, I have long admired these two French musicians Guy-Manuel and Thomas because of their showmanship and marketing genius. They have remained determined to maintain control of every link in the chain of their creative process.
. So in a way, the focus was not only on their history, but what it meant to the music world in general. Not only do they often miss out on entire sentences, and are often out of sync, they also have these dumb comments added to them. Learn something about Daft Punk, learn somethin about the future of synthesizer music. Interesting look into the past of these musicians and their musical work over the years.
That said, they have made some odd choices in what the prioritized. Watching the old footage and comparing it to the different stages over the years was a fun treat and I would definitely recommend a watch to anyone who likes their music. I viewed this movie and most of it was in French could make out a few words although there were a few people interviewed that spoke English could definitely understand those parts better and one guy who spoke Japanese could not understand one bit but it was a short segment. This documentary explores this unprecedented cultural revolution revealing a duo of artists on a permanent quest for creativity, independence and freedom. As far as I know, this is still the documentary to watch if you like Daft punk, and it's obvious that they did quite a lot of research for it.
The official reddit for fans of Daft Punk and their music. Also I would bet that there could be Issues with copyright money on the tron legacy soundtrack which is why they glossed over it only briefly touching on the music itself. They always did it in a shy way, never in a stuck-up way. Still, this film is decently made and pays tribute to a great influential musical group of the electronic music variety. I do not hang out in clubs nor am I especially hip.
The Tron-soundtrack is barely given any attention at all, and there seems to be quite a lot of interviews with famous people that offer little new about Daft Punk. This documentary explores this unprecedented cultural revolution revealing a duo of artists on a permanent quest for creativity, independence and freedom. Memes can be removed upon the individual mod's discretion. They also do not participate in making the film and aren't interviewed. There was some really cool stock footage from their early days and i think the Coachella footage is probably pretty rare also because of how they had kept it a secret even from their manager and it is super awesome. Which they talked about the making of a little bit, even though I really wanted to know more in depth about their interactions with Paul Williams another musician and composer whose music I am also a big fan of.
I specially love classical music from different composers. It all paints a portrait of two marketing geniuses who also make exceptional music. Throughout their career Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo have always resisted compromise and the established codes of show business. Daft Punk reinforces their very special style, with each new album. I'm a big fan of their music and I am a musician myself.
This documentary explores this unprecedented cultural revolution revealing a duo of artists on a permanent quest for creativity, independence and freedom. Daft Punk doesn't bring up a new album each two years. Seems as though it had some audio clips of the music maestro talking but the film seems most likely not made fully with their cooperation as I feel this project would have been done with even more artistic style. They have remained determined to maintain control of every link in the chain of their creative process. There are some special artist in each genre, which changed the game in a mainstream way. The invasive photos are when Thomas and Guy-Man are walking around doing their daily activities like normal people and not purposefully being in the public eye. They give it some more time and when they release a new album, it's always more and more they give in their special style.
Also how people they've been with in their career are used as headlines for parts of the documentary - I don't really see the reason for it. I'm ok with many music-styles like some kind of pop, rock, Jazz, dixie-jazz, native folkmusic, hardrock, metal, hiphop, electrofunk, funk. I'm fine with some of that, but here there were perhaps a little too much. Instead, you hear from folks who have worked with them and admirers. To cut it short - i love music! Ok, before you read - i'm a fan of Daft Punk. I liked it, but i didn't realize what impact this music would be like. Durasi: 85 Menit 2015-06-24 Pemain: Thomas Bangalter, Guy-Manuel De Homem-Christo, Skrillex, Jean-Daniel Beauvallet Penghargaan: 1 nomination.