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Title Metallica: Some Kind Of Monster / Director: Berlinger, Joe
Published Australia : ABC2, 2004
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Description 1 streaming video file (2 hr. 20 min. 12 sec.) ; 844554866 bytes
Summary *Coarse Language and Sexual References*This documentary chronicles the heavy metal band Metallica over a two year period focusing on the time of the recording of their album 'St Anger', their first studio album in over five years. After being together as a band for over 20 years, the relationships between band members have become extremely strained resulting in long-time bass player, Jason Newsted, leaving the band. At the suggestion of their management, the band engages a therapist/performance enhancement coach, Phil Towle, to try and help them overcome their personal and professional problems. Midway through filming, James Hetfield (singer and co-founder of Metallica) checks himself into rehab to try and overcome his alcohol addition. (From the US, in English)
Event Broadcast 2013-09-04 at 20:30:00
Notes Classification: M
Subject Metallica (Musical group)
Heavy metal (Music)
Rock groups.
Award winners.
United States.
Form Streaming video
Author Berlinger, Joe, director
Sinofsky, Bruce, director
Burton, Cliff, cast
Hammett, Kirk, cast
Hetfield, James, cast
McGovney, Ron, cast
Mustaine, Dave, cast
Newsted, Jason, cast
Trujillo, Robert, cast
Ulrich, Lars, cast