Monthly Archives: October 2012

Review: Searching For Sugar Man

A story so incredible it has to be true. Or completely false. I can’t tell. Surely there’s no way that the world could have been duped into believing that 1970s folk artist Rodriguez really poured gasoline over himself on stage

Posted in Reviews & Interviews, Searching For Sugar Man Film

Watching People Search for Sugar Man

The first time that I heard ‘Sugar Man’ I was seven year old, restlessly confined within my great Aunt’s dusty Kenilworth flat. Driven mad by boredom and the fetid smell of old people, and hoping to imitate the cool guy

Posted in Reviews & Interviews, Searching For Sugar Man Film

SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN Review: 9 out of 10 (Music Mythos meets Harsh Reality) | Day at the Movies

SEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN is a strong, beautifully created documentary that is only made better based on your love for music. It chronicles the story of the elusive Sixto Rodriguez, a Detroit hard labor worker who released two separate albums

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Quickflix – Searching for Sugar Man review by Simon Miraudo

When a documentary begins by telling you that its subject committed suicide on stage four decades earlier, you don’t expect to be treated to a recently conducted interview with the supposedly deceased. Or maybe we should see that coming. Much

Posted in Newspapers & Magazines, Reviews & Interviews, Searching For Sugar Man Film
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