Definitely one of the best movies about rock and roll I’ve ever seen. -- Jim Jarmusch
This infamous and rarely screened documentary captures the rampant lifestyle of the Rolling Stones during their American Tour 1972. Focused more on the backstage world, photographer Robert Frank (who created the cover for the album Exile on Main Street) uses his camera to immerse the audience into the wild and surreal antics of rock and roll. Distributed by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston. 1972, video, 93 minutes.