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The Doors: When You're Strange

Documentaries, 2009, 85 minutes, 311.442 reviews
The Doors: When You're Strange
Composed entirely of footage from 1966 to 1971, this documentary pays tribute to the Doors and their music, revealing many new insights into the band.
The documentaries The Doors: When You're Strange was released in 2009 and lasts 85 minutes. Johnny Depp narrates this documentary about the Doors that won a Grammy for Best Long Form Music Video. Offensive language and sexual references This documentaries is Gritty.

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Score: 7.7 of the 10

The Doors: When You're Strange is a movie starring Johnny Depp, John Densmore, and Robby Krieger. A look at the late '60s and early '70s rock band The Doors, including rare exclusive footage.

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