Everyone loves a happy ending.
The story of Wilko Johnson and his 'battle' with cancer is a remarkable one; to be diagnosed with terminal cancer and then find himself on the road to recovery made for a whirlwind of the last couple of years. But as surely as he felt thrilled to be alive, his imminent death never registered as something to be feared.
An amazing story comes to life in Julien Temple film
Now the Dr. Feelgood singer and guitarist has had his tale of miracles immortalised in a stunning documentary by Julien Temple entitled 'The Ecstasy of Wilko Johnson', and within it he has a lot of lessons about the purpose of life and death.
Julien Temple - Celebrities attend the Music Industry Trust Awards in aid of charities Nordoff Robbins and the BRIT Trust at the Grosvenor House hotel in London - Arrivals at Grosvenor House Hotel, Grosvenor House - London, United Kingdom - Monday 3rd November 2014
As the front man of The Clash from 1977 onwards, Joe Strummer changed people's lives forever. A musical icon and political activist, Strummer was never shy about saying what was on his mind and meaning it. He was a voice of a generation, which still resonates today.
The conceit this time: Each director takes a piece of classical music and sets it to film -- mostly without dialogue and invariably without any sense whatsoever.
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Julien Temple's highly anticipated GLASTONBURY will be released across the UK on April 14 by...