It features the documentary in normal sound, and also features a DVD-Rom section, featuring an interactive 'Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition', where viewers can 'walk' around a virtual photographic exhibition. Bookmarkable link File last modified: The chapter names are as they appear in the original documentary.
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The footage highlighted in blue only appears in the original documentary, while the footage highlighted in red only appears in the reissued documentary. The chapter names are as they appear in the original documentary. The disc adds a 'Making Of The Untold Story' 18 minute featurette, which has behind the scenes footage of the filming of the freddiw. One item of particular interest is a short extract of Man Made Paradise which appears to be an early version which stor unavailable elsewhere.
The original documentary was released in Etory as part of the 'Freddie Mercury: Bookmarkable link File last modified: It features contributions from many people closest to Freddie, including his mother Jer Bulsara, sister Kashmira Cooke, Brian May, Roger Taylor, long term partner Jim Hutton, former girlfriend and longterm friend Mary Austin, personal assistant Peter Freestone, best friend Peter Straker, and numerous other people who knew Freddie socially or through Queen projects.
The guide below aims to highlight the differences between the documentaries, with the headers identifying the chapter points for each.
Essentially the two full documentaries are the same, but there are differences, as they feature different narration the re-released documentary has narration by actor Sean Pertwee and have a slightly different selection of interviews. Length minutes both versions. This is the first major documentary profiling the life of Freddie Mercury, telling the story of his early life in Zanzibar and India, his early days in England, his life in Queen, his solo projects and collaboration with Montserrat Caballe, and his illness and death.
Released as part of the ' Freddie Mercury: It features the documentary in normal sound, and also features a DVD-Rom section, featuring an interactive 'Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition', where viewers can 'walk' around a virtual photographic exhibition.
There are two full versions of the documentary, but it was also edited and adapted for TV Broadcastaswell as a short trailerreleased on the Italian and Dutch 'Guide Me Home' CD single. Return to top Legal Stuff No Menu?