Mission to Lars details
|Formats:||Ex DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Kate Spicer, Tom Spicer And William Spicer, Lars Ulrich|
|Directors:||James Moore, William Spicer /|
|Studio:||KOCH INTERNATIONAL (UK) LTD|
|Collections:||April - Documentary/Family|
Mission to Lars
|Run time:||1 hour 20 minutes|
|Rental release:||08 Apr 2013|
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Definitely worth a watchBy vezna (2 reviews) , 24 Apr 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]An absorbing film. Fragile X is not something I'd ever heard of before and this is an interesting insight into it. The main protagonists are all more than likeable and obviously for anyone that likes Metallica there is a little bit of that too.
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Unique and refreshingBy Tiggerhop (1 review) , 10 Sep 2013A unique film in terms of subject and a real insight into the difficulties even family members have coping with relatives with disabilities. The lack of sugar coating is refreshing. Although the brother and sister write and direct they don't shy away from showing their own failures.
Positive sory...By icemetall (1 review) , 31 Aug 2013Really like it. It is nice for a difference to watch something positive. Normally if you watch documentary about any disability is all about negativity of life with it.
\m/ Double Horns Up \m/By a customer , 31 Aug 2013A really enjoyable movie which even managed to give me a new found respect for Lars Ulrich. \m/ Double Horns Up \m/
Lars -ego = decent blokeBy Gordzilla (1 review) , 08 Aug 2013This is a beautiful film/documentary that is well filmed and well put across, Tom is enchanting and his sister adorable in her wanting the best for Tom. Lars Ulrich comes across as quite a decent bloke for once, not the egotistical twit that he often seems to be, maybe time has mellowed him, I thoroughly recommend this film!
Let me introduce you to another persons world......By whitegnome (2 reviews) , 26 Jul 2013Not just for Metallica or HeavyMetal fans. It gives an excellent insight into Fragile X syndrome which tends to be lumped together with a generalised Autistic syndrome. Very entertaining Documentary although I did, on one or two occasions, find myself shouting at the sister! Well worth a watch.