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Mystify: Michael Hutchence

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Be the first to see Mystify: Michael Hutchence – the powerfully intimate and insightful portrait of the internationally renowned INXS frontman- at the US premiere event from Fathom Events and Shout! Studios. Deftly woven from an extraordinary archive of rich imagery, Michael’s private home movies and those of his lovers, friends, and family, Mystify 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. For an all too brief time, we revel in Michael’s Dionysian beauty and sensuality on stage and off. We listen to the range of his extraordinary voice and witness the charmed way he travels through life as he is propelled to world acclaim. But Michael struggled with the idea of success, the creative limits of pop stardom and how to express his integrity; a longing that shaped his life and music and gave birth to a desire to go far beyond the constraints of pop. A violent event strikes Michael and changes his life forever, fracturing his sense of self and robbing him of his connection to life. Made vulnerable, he is unable to navigate the complex challenges he faces moving forward and he has little defense against the onslaught of tabloid press that descends upon his world. Amidst the encroaching darkness, Michael’s new-born daughter, Tiger, becomes his one bright light.


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Verified Review

Beautiful film about a beautiful soul with a tragic ending

Kelly B
Verified Review

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.

Nan W


Jan 8, 2020

The film makes a powerful case that, despite a troubled upbringing, Hutchence was not naturally self-destructive.

Graham Fuller
Screen Daily
Jan 8, 2020

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.

Metacritic review by Harry Windsor
Harry Windsor
The Hollywood Reporter