For Sale Metallica: Through The Never Poster – Main
Metallica: Through The Never Poster – Main
Promo Flyer to advertise the movie Metallica: Through The Never
| Size – approximately 11×17 inches (28x43cm)
| Price – $9.84
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It’s a Metallica movie. It’ll be good.
It also seems to answer the question we’ve all been wondering ever since this thing was announced: how, exactly, will the concert portion of the movie tie together with the plotline of a roadie going on some crazy adventure? It seems like the film will essentially be one long feature-length music video: in the same way that the live performance cuts (typically in a warehouse or grassy field!) in any regular music video don’t have much or anything to do with a plotline being performed by the band members as characters (or, in some cases, by other actors), Metallica’s live set in Through the Never won’t either. The plotline is loosely connected in that the main character is a Metallica roadie, but that’s it. I dig the fact that the filmmakers have put a little extra effort into tying the two parts of the film together with visual and audio cues, such as the riot police thumping their nightsticks against their shields in this clip to the drum beat of “Wherever I May Roam.” I don’t think this thing is gonna end up alongside The Wall and The Who’s Tommy in the pantheon of music films/productions, but it could at the very least end up being entertaining. More here
Nimrod does it again.
As for the concert footage, well, Metallica puts on quite the show, I’ll give them that. Director Nimrod Antal puts you front row and centre so you can soak up the band’s unyielding energy and marvel at how well the film is shot. Antal has a good grasp on what’s going on here and makes the film look very, very good. Unlike other concert films though, we never get a look at the band off-stage or going about their daily lives, it’s just pure concert footage, which is a bit disappointing to those looking for something deeper. More here