Mick Jagger was far from pleased with director Martin Scorsese's close-ups on THE Rolling Stones' SHINE A LIGHT concert movie - because he found it boring to watch himself on the big screen.
The rocker is largely thrilled with the new movie, but can't help thinking Scorsese overdid things with certain lingering footage.
He says, "It was a little bit too much, I felt. But directors always like to use slow numbers (songs) to have these lingering shots.
"I didn't care for it too much. Boring. It didn't look very good."