Moby Doc

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Moby helped define the music of an era with his 1999 album Play that became the biggest-selling electronic album of all time. But by 2008, fame, alcohol, and drug use overwhelmed him to the point of his contemplating suicide. He had gotten everything he wanted… so why was he so depressed? This surrealist biographical documentary is narrated by Moby and features interviews with filmmaker David Lynch and concert footage of his performances with David Bowie. An activist who has long championed animal rights, Moby delves into himself to share with radical honesty what he’s gone through, and how he has been able to overcome his inner demons. (92 mins)

“The modest pleasure of “Moby Doc” is that it’s actually a conventional archival biography of Moby tucked inside a playful Dadaesque ramble.” – Owen Gleiberman, Variety

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