The Poltergeist Diaries (2021)

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The Poltergeist Diaries (2021). The Poltergeist Diaries: Directed by József Gallai. With András Korcsmáros, Kata Kuna, Eric Roberts, Péter Inoka. After moving to an isolated cabin, Jacob Taylor vanishes without a trace. With the help of footage he leaves behind, his family members, friends and a detective try to find answers to the strange events that are centered around him.

“This film is nothing short of u0026quot;must seeu0026quot; documentary history. Iu0026#39;ll never be able to fully express how moving it is to see the young men of Pink Floyd during uninhibited moments of creativity, eating and chatting together, rehearsing, having philosophical discussions about the fate of rock-n-roll music and the shaking off of their drug-oriented image, and even arguing now and then. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eBeyond how intriguing the band and itu0026#39;s members are, the film itself is so well directed and beautifully shot. The sound is excellent. Incredibly artistic film montages add to, rather than detract from the music. I have never seen a better portrayal of live music. The sheer musicianship of these men is mind boggling. Each is highlighted at different points in the film and it is clear that they have immense skill and talent. u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003ePink Floyd was so ahead of its time and will never seem out of style. And this film, although shot in 1972, is as fresh as a daisy. There are some incomparable moments, making this truly the best rock documentary I have ever seen. David Gilmour looks very handsome, by the way, and will always be my favorite guitar god. **swoon**”

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