Friday, 22 January 2010

A touching film

I think that's the right word to summarize No distance left to run, the Blur documentary film. From the beginning to the end. At least for those we love the band. I'm glad I made the effort to go to Barcelona city to watch the film at the cinema, despite of my tiredness that day.

This is a film about friendship, success, the story of a band that emerged from Colchester and reached their dream. It stired me up inside and reminded me how important were Blur for me when I was a teenager (and still are, they will irremediably always be). There were loads of laugh and tender moments throughout the film, specially funny comments from the members of the band.

I think the whole cinema hall got really touched, for when the screen went black at the end of the film, many people bursted into loud applause.

I came back home in a kind of blurry-cloud, a delicious one :) My friend also liked it, though she's not as fan as me. She asked me to put any blur CD in my car on our way home.

I'm impatient for the DVD release, need to watch it again!

Tuesday, 19 January 2010

Blur film today in Barcelona and Madrid

Only for today those who live in Barcelona and Madrid (Spain) will have the opportunity to watch the Blur film at Cinesa.

Wednesday, 13 January 2010

Blur film premiere in Leicester Square

Tomorrow, january 14th, will take place the red carpet premiere at London's Leicester Square. All four members of the band are expected to attend this event.

Also good news for Spanish fans. The film will be shown in Madrid and Barcelona next january 19th.

Check the list of countries, cities and cinemas that will be showing the documentary:

Tuesday, 5 January 2010

Graham joining The Babyshambles full time?

So we start up the new year with more Graham news.

Here is what The Sun says...
For my part not too confident, it has to be seen to be believed.

Saturday, 2 January 2010

I wish you a happy new year 2010 (and also new decade) full of music, Graham and Blur!