The Rolling Stones Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America2016
Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America is a documentary produced by the Rolling Stones that documents their Latin America tour in 2016. Olé premiered on 16 September 2016 at the Toronto International Film Festival. The initial trailer for the film was uploaded on the band's official YouTube channel 7 September 2016, with a United States trailer released 10 November 2016. The documentary was released on DVD and Blu-Ray 26 May 2017. Both Olé Olé Olé!: A Trip Across Latin America and the related Stones' concert film Havana Moon were directed by Paul Dugdale.
Ole – part concert film and part travelogue – records the latest historic moment in the career of the band, following the Stones throughout their Latin America tour before culminating in Havana. Two songs from the Havana concert, which would come to be the subject of the Stones concert film Havana Moon, were played in their entirety. The film is provided with a natural throughline by the saga which went into making the concert possible.
The film also focuses largely on the Stones' time in Argentina – a place where Stones fans comprise a "Deadhead-esque urban tribe of hardcore devotees and Stones-inspired bands called “rolingas”. The subculture of the rolingas was born out of ban on English music imposed by the previous military dictatorship. The film also contains interviews with partying and busking " lips-and-tongue-clad rockers" during their time in Buenos Aires. Ole captures the frenzy generated by the band as their motorcade travels to a venue, which reminds viewers of the early days of the band being pursued by screaming fans – although Variety notes that the "screaming girls" have been replaced by older men.
After the band's motorcade passes the group gathered along the streets, a cameraman captures an Argentinian man weeping at the side of the road, to which the man's wife explains “He just saw Mick.”
30.03.2017 in Deutschland
|Verleih:||Eagle Rock Entertainment, Netflix|
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