The Moz's movie "Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High" (VIDEO)
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Since catching Morrissey live over the last few months has been tough, given his many cancelled shows and illnesses, you might have to settle for "The Moz" on the big screen.
Eagle Rock Entertainment's legacy concert film, Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High, the first authorized film about the legendary musician in nine years, will open in cinemas across the U.S. this month.
Filmed live during Morrissey's most intimate gig in decades at the Hollywood High School in Los Angeles on March 2 of this year, the film celebrates 25 years of the solo career of one of the world's most iconic and enigmatic performers.
The film opens with fan tributes, people talking about their unwavering devotion to the singer and the unique appeal of this unusual venue - a striking contrast to the sold out arena concert at the Staples Center on the previous night.
Tickets to the concert in the 1,700-seater school auditorium were sold out in 12 seconds, and this now legendary concert became Morrissey's penultimate performance on his U.S. tour.
Featuring many classic tracks from the artist's prolific repertoire including "Meat Is Murder," "Everyday Is Like Sunday," "Please, Please Please Let Me Get What I Want" and "The Boy With the Thorn In His Side," Morrissey 25: Live From Hollywood High is a must cinema event for his fans.