VIDEO:
PRO-SHOT 16:9
PAL
AUDIO:
Dolby Digital 5.1

Documentary made to mark the 25th anniversary of the Queen frontman's death, which explores two of the most important years in his life, from the band's iconic performance at the Live Aid concert in 1985 to his diagnosis with Aids in 1987.

 

The programme examines his struggle to keep his private life out of the tabloids and to continue recording music in the face of his failing health. Featuring contributions from family and friends, including chauffeur and bodyguard Terry Giddings, who shares his account of the final years for the first time.}

 

Written & Directed by: John Fothergill
Executive Producer: Ed Taylor & Michael Kelpie