1 hr. 1 min.
In 1972, the Rolling Stones, facing tax and management problems, leave the U.S. and rent a villa on the coast of France. They hole up in the house for months recording "Exile on Main Street," their most reviled, then revered album ever. Along with archival footage, interviews with Keith Richards and Mick Jagger look back on the steady supply of drugs and alcohol that fueled their sessions, while musicians like Jack White and Liz Phair recall their own memories of the hugely influential album.
Director: Stephen Kijak