Bowie documentary

Just a heads up for those interested. This is a very cool film on how Bowie made records during five different one year periods of his career. I haven't been a big Bowie fan since Ziggy Stardust, but tI have thought that some of his later music was intermittently interesting here and there. This documentary features commentary from Nile Rodgers, Earl Slick, Tony Visconti, Brian Eno, Robert Fripp and several others who were involved in the process. Even if you're not a giant fan, you might enjoy the film. I did.

Currently in rotation on Showtime.
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The movie is called "Five Years".
Thanks for the post Martykl. I'm a huge Bowie fan and look forward to seeing this documentary.

I caught the doc last night. Very interesting. At 1 hr only, I feel, it could be longer and dig deeper into the music.
When the 'Let's Dance' segment started it should have discussed the timing and relationship between Bowie and Stevie Ray Vaughn.
Additionally, more time should have been alloted for Bowie's classic Berlin 'trilogy'. Maybe there is an extended version for DVD or Blu-Ray?
Happy Listening!