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Cinematheque at Home: Mystify: Michael Hutchence

Held over! Plays June 12 - July 3
Directed by Richard Lowenstein
2019, Australia, 102 min

A powerfully intimate and insightful portrait of the internationally renowned INXS frontman, Michael Hutchence. Deftly woven from an extraordinary archive of rich imagery, Michael’s private home movies and those of his lovers, friends, and family, the film delves beneath the public persona of the charismatic ‘Rock God’ and transports us through the looking glass to reveal a multifaceted, intensely sensitive and complex man.


Cinematheque at Home – curated by the Cinematheque – will offer new theatrical releases every week which our audiences can pay to stream through our website (by clicking the ‘buy tickets’ button). This is not only an opportunity for our patrons to see new cinema, but is an important way that they can continue to support independent film during this pandemic.

Reviews

This moving documentary pays tribute to talent behind the flashbulb glare, but most appropriately, it finishes just as it starts: with focus on the music.
- Greg Wetherall, NME
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