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I'm from France. This documentary was released only yesterday in Paris in a couple of theaters! I've always been a fan since the Wham period so being able to see and hear Pepsi, Shirley and Andy Ridgeley comments brought me 20 years back when I used to sing and dance along with them. This documentary is like a long interview, a confession. George explains who he is, what he did and why he did it. Comments from other artists who like him or dislike him make the film even more exciting. Once you leave the theater you understand clearly that George is not only a great singer but also a sensitive and honest one! This film was more than necessary as we heard about him only from journalists in people magazines. We never knew who he really was. Thank you George for clarifying! Now, I hope you're ready to tour coz you have not been in France for almost 15 years now! Just one thing though, the film would have been a great TV film too! No need to be released on the big screen!
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