The film, which will be released by ThinkFilm this March has a pretty interesting story attached to it. The entire thing was shot back in 2004 during a concert at Madison Square Garden. However, it was not shot my professionals. Instead, 50 hand-held cameras were handed out to fans attending the show and that footage alone was what was used to create the final product. Okay, so either the final result will fascinate us in that it's being told from such a unique perspective or we'll get two hours of the most intense shaky camera movements ever recorded.
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