New documentary about the last hours of INXS frontman Michael Hutchence
In a new documentary about INXS frontman Michael Hutchence, in november 1997 died, the last hours of his life highlights.
“This is not a biographical film in which old news is being treated”, promises producer Mark Llewellyn, who, two years on the documentary worked. “This is a film that is all the news is going to catch up,” he says in the Australian Daily Telegraph.
Llewellyn was given access to diaries, home videos, photos, and reportedly the last written lyrics from Hutchence. He interviewed other musicians that are good friends with Hutchence, including U2 singer Bono.
Images for Michael Hutchence – The Last Rockstar took place in five countries. The documentary released in October, for the twentieth anniversary of the death of Hutchence.
Last year, it announced that INXS manager Chris Murphy also already a movie about Hutchence, directed by Richard Lowenstein. He also made the videos with What You Need and Never Tear Us Apart.
Hutchence was in 1997 has been found dead in a hotel room.