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The Stone Roses: Made of Stone

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This intimate and personal documentary sees award-winning director Shane Meadows (This Is England) train his insightful directorial eye towards what was undoubtedly last year’s biggest live music story, the resurrection of Manchester legends The Stone Roses. Life-long Stone Roses fan Meadows was granted unprecedented access to the band for almost a year, charting their return to the spotlight from their secret comeback gig at Warrington Parr Hall to their triumphant Heaton Park homecoming. 

Don't miss The Stone Roses inspired coming-of-age drama Spike Island, screening at Tyneside Cinema on Monday 15 and Thursday 18 July. Find out more here

Director(s): Shane Meadows   Country of Origin: United Kingdom  Year: 2013  
BBFC Advice: 15 No children under 15 may watch this film.  

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