Atom User Reviews for Mystify: Michael Hutchence
Amazing and sad story of a sweet and talented man! A head injury that did serious damage to his old factory lobes and emotional centers did him in over the long run.
What a beautiful tribute to a beautiful man ❤❤❤ Thank you to his daughter for sharing this with all of us!!
Beautiful film about a beautiful soul with a tragic ending
Loved his story, his relationships, his artistry and his soulful eyes.... such a sad tragedy.....
Love him and INXS so much. I wish he could have gotten help and told people about his injury. What a truly amazing talent and legend!
Such an interesting yet tragic life. Michael, your music was an immortal gift to the world. Thank you
I wanted to see more ... loved it
Very moving. Joy with a deep sadness. A reminder we never know what’s inside another’s mind or soul. Let’s be kind to all and love without reservations
Wonderful movie! I was so sad about his tragic ending - he was so talented and beautiful!!!
Loved! It was an emotional behind the scenes look at an amazingly talented man. Such a tragic ending. I left in tears. Will buy & when it’s available.
A intimate look into the tragic life of an artist.
Thank you God for blessing us with Micheal Hutchence for the enjoyment he provided to the world. He believed in you so thanks to you that he is with you now🙂
Will definitely buy it when it's available
In depth, powerful, tragic but legendary
Cinema verity style with lots of footage that Michael shot himself - not the best quality (VHS) but more personal than standard doc. footage
Beautiful man. Inside and out.
Absolutely loved. Wonderfully done with amazing footage from his life and personal collection. I highly recommend it. I will be buying it too.
Great movie ! Eye-opening in regards to Michael Hutchence’s death....
It was soooo good to see and hear first hand from his friends and family. If the medical world knew then, what they know now about TBI’s, Michael would probably still be alive and singing... heartbreaking but a #LovedOne 👍🥰
The film makes a powerful case that, despite a troubled upbringing, Hutchence was not naturally self-destructive.
A tender portrait of the man's highs and lows that sheds new light on the broken years that directly preceded his suicide at 37.