Moonage Daydream (24/27)

The life of David Bowie is so expansive, so remarkable, and so ever-converting, any try to compact all of that into one movie could apparently be futile. But Brett Morgen’s Moonage Daydream comes about as close as one may want to ask, showcasing the breadth of genius and the numerous lives that existed within Bowie. Morgen’s documentary is sort of a sensory overload, however Morgen lets in Bowie’s work to speak for itself, displaying who Bowie become through archival pictures, live shows, interviews, and most importantly, the music itself. Moonage Daydream is a adorable party of Bowie’s work in all its forms, a testomony to the lifestyles and ambition of an extremely good artist.

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