A Cross the Universe (film)

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A Cross the Universe is a 2008 documentary film about the French electronic music duo Justice directed by Romain Gavras, So Me and Justice themselves.

A Cross the Universe
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Directed by Romain Gavras, So-Me, Justice
Produced by Gaspard Augé, Xavier de Rosnay, Romain Gavras, So Me
Starring Justice
Music by Justice
Release dates 2008
Running time 65 minutes
Country France
Language French, English


The film follows Justice's March 2008 North American tour. This documentary is directed by Romain Gavras, So Me and the band themselves. The documentary is meant to cover less of the band's live shows, and more of their personal experience touring.[1]

The live portion of this release was recorded at a concert in San Francisco, California at the Concourse Exhibition Center, on March 27, 2008.

The film was released alongside a live album of the same name: A Cross the Universe.

The film's style inspired award-winning 2012 documentary film Let's Make Lemonade directed by Justin Friesen.[2]

DVD song credits[edit]

Title Notes[3]
"NY Excuse" Is a Justice remix of the track of the same name by Soulwax
"Phantom Part 2" Contains samples from Tenebrae by Goblin
"Waters of Nazareth (Prelude)" Contains samples from "The Fallen" (Justice Remix) by Franz Ferdinand
"We Are Your Friends (Reprise)" Contains samples from "Never Be Alone" by Simian, "Atlantis to Interzone" by Klaxons, "Just One Fix" by Ministry
"Final" Contains samples from "Master of Puppets" by Metallica
"Pedrophilia" Song by Busy P
"Pocket Piano" Song by DJ Mehdi
"Psychotic Reaction" Song by Count Five
"Love Me, Please Love Me" Song by Michel Polnareff


Reception of the film has been positive.

Justine JC of Scene Crave said: "The cinematography is artistic and raw, yet deft, making the mess of a story line (well, lack there of…) strangely engaging. The film is literally an arbitrary compilation of the people and events involved in the band’s tour." [4]


External links[edit]

A Cross the Universe at the IMDb: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1619014/