Take That: Look Back, Don’t Stare – A film about Progress

90′ /108′ for Pulse Films / worldwide distribution
Prod. Dan Bowen / Thomas Benksi
Editor. Ben Stark / Tim Woolcott

The feature length  ‘Look Back, Don’t Stare – A film about Progress’ is a documentary following 12 months of Take That’s reunion with Robbie Williams after 15 years apart, shot in stunning black and white.

The film opened in cinema’s before the release of the album, premièring at London s BFI IMAX, and was broadcast in a prime time Saturday night slot to 7.8 million viewers, the album progress has now gone on to become the fastest selling album of the century so far.

‘an unexpected beast…far more rock than pop…the candour, the honesty ” – The Times

“Utterly gripping” – the Sun

“a moving portrait of a pop Sensation” – the Telegraph

“a beautifully crafted film on an iconic band, brilliantly captures a rare insight into Take That’s roller-coaster ride of the last 12 months” – Broadcast

Worldwide DVD release, multiple TV broadcasts around the world.

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