US Media hails The Quiet One as ‘a real, honest story’

Bill’s Wyman’s documentary The Quiet One has been hailed as a ‘real, honest story about a man who lived an extraordinary life in the background’ in an online review.

Featured in the Washington Square News, the article ‘The Quiet One’ Tells a Rock Star’s Life Story Through His Own Archives praises the documentaries approach of telling Bill’s story through ‘the smaller moments and his life beyond the band that make up the heart of the documentary’.

The article says:

The film could have easily focused exclusively on the band, as the archives provide enough content to satisfy any Stones fanatic, or it could have taken a more distant approach to its subject through more interviews from people who knew Wyman. Instead, the film decides to limit the interviews, and even when it uses them, faces are never shown. This further illustrates how the documentary wants you to zero in on Wyman’s story.

“The Quiet One” doesn’t try to be overly exciting or enthralling. It aims to tell a real, honest story about a man who lived an extraordinary life in the background and, lucky for us, documented every second of it. As fun as it is to see the rise of the Stones and hear the behind-the-scenes stories, it is the smaller moments and his life beyond the band that make up the heart of the documentary.

Read the full review at the Washington Square News.

The Quiet One premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival in May.

Image: Former Rolling Stone bassist Bill Wyman pictured with instrument. (via Susan Norget Film Promotion)

2 Comments

  1. Great, I sure look forward to watch This documentary. I hope it one day will be aviable on dvd.

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  2. I hope also this makes it to DVD with bonus content .. ✌

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