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Soul Boys of the Western World (2015)

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Synopsis

Relive the music, fashion, and spirit of the 1980s via the incredible saga of the rise, fall, and comeback of New Wave legends Spandau Ballet. From the streets of working class London to the top of the pop charts, Spandau Ballet conquered the airwaves in the 80s with international hits like “True” and “Gold.” But the behind-the-scenes story was just as compelling, as the band overcame ego clashes and a bitter breakup to reunite triumphantly for their current tour. Featuring never-before-seen home movies, archival footage, and interviews with the band, Soul Boys of the Western World is a captivating chronicle of the rollercoaster ride of fame and an awesomely retro time capsule of the sounds and styles of an unforgettable decade.

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Domestic Releases: April 29th, 2015 (Limited) by IFC Films
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 136 minutes
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Keywords: 1980s, Fashion, London, Music Industry, Musicians
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Wellingmax
Production Countries: United Kingdom

Cast

Tony Hadley    Himself/Spandau Ballet Member
John Keeble    Himself/Spandau Ballet Member
Gary Kemp    Himself/Spandau Ballet Member
Martin Kemp    Himself/Spandau Ballet Member
Steve Norman    Himself/Spandau Ballet Member

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Archive Producer    Kate Griffiths
Editor    Chris Duveen
Producer    Steve Dagger
Producer    Scott Millaney
Co-Producer    George Hencken
Associate Producer    Simon Rigden Green
Production Manager    Clare Lucas
Re-recording Mixer    Dan Johnson
Dialogue Editor    Dan Johnson

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