- Summary: In 1962, Brian Jones was the founding member of one of the most famous rock and roll bands of all time: The Rolling Stones. A gifted musician, influential fashion icon and indiscriminate womanizer, Jones (Gregory) rode a glittering staircase to stardom for seven short years before being fired by the band. Shortly afterwards, he was found dead in the deep end of his own swimming pool and in the wake of his tragic death he became a legend. This is the directorial debut of Stephen Woolley, longtime producer for filmmaker Neil Jordan. (Landmark Theatres)… Expand
- Director: Stephen Woolley
- Genre(s): Biography, Drama, Music
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MapP.Aug 15, 2006Worth a look, better than I was expecting.
WillC.Jul 8, 2006Really a super boring and dull movie. No Rolling Stones music either. I would avoid this one.
JohnP.Mar 12, 2007As a life long fan of The Stones and still remembering the devastation I felt when I heard he had passed the movie has nullified all that. I'm not much into sugar coating but I can not believe that the director couldn't have found some positive in the mans life. If Jones was such a selfish mean spirited jerk then I guess it should no longer come to us as such a surprise whether he killed himself or someone offed him. He unfortunatley didn't deserve what could have been.… Expand
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