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Entitled “Russell Brand’s The Bird”, the documentary also features the two’s former radio co-host of The Russell Brand Show, Matt Morgan and many more who have known the comedian in the past and previous.
Right now, you can own a short film documentary in digital format for $3! This of course will hold you back until the official release date of the documentary main-feature in 2015.
In the $3 digi-bundle, is a mini-doc—a short film by Ondi Timoner following Russell’s visit to Twitter HQ and reflections on social media.
Also for pre-order at $10, the physical bundle of the DVD, which includes the feature and short film and is packed with an access pass to exclusive clips online, other updates and behind-the-scenes clips and more sneek peeks.
The documentary will be available in 2015 if pre-ordered in its physical bundle. Purchase all for $13, and you will not be disappointed, surely.
On the page for pre-ordering, you can sign up for the Russell Brand film community and receive exclusive newsletters and B-T-S clips! (‘B-T-S clips’ meaning behind-the-scenes clips.)
On the splash-page for the film, a short description/letter is included:
“Every day of our lives, from the minute we can be marketed to, the myth that becoming famous will make our lives complete, or consuming a certain something will be the answer, is chucked down our throats. Yet, the reality is that the medium ain’t the message. You become famous for what you do, and therefore it’s what you do that matters. This crucial element is overlooked entirely by whole generations of drones who worship at the wrong altar.
Russell Brand is a troubled visionary who embraced the superficial and doped up times in which we live, only to find it was an empty proposition. He started a search for meaning, which lead him to dig out his heroes: Gandhi, Malcolm X, Jesus and Ché Guevara – to look at why they did what they did, how they did what they did, and in what ways he might be a little bit like them.
He starts writing about them: They are all willing to die for what they believe in, all immortal and timeless due to their singular and unwavering dedication to their cause. This becomes the Messiah Complex show, where Brand skillfully balances philosophy, history and humor, and he embarks on his first-ever world tour.
This feature documentary follows his spiritual and biographical narrative through the unfolding journey of this tour and the evolution of this important show and the showman behind it.”