Sex, Drugs & Rock 'n' Roll ... The Rolling Stones are as well known for the band members' highly public and often troubled personal journeys as they are for their chart-topping music and flashy concerts.
With eight consecutive #1 albums in the U.S., over 200 million in record sales and decades of sold-out live shows, the Stones are arguably the greatest rock 'n' roll band in the world. Having pioneered a gritty, blues-based style of rock in the '60s - and courting a surly, unkempt image that was the antithesis of the Beatles - the group quickly became superstars with Mick Jagger's unique blend of macho showmanship and campy irony.
This compelling documentary charts the band's nearly 50-year history - from their first appearance in 1962 through their meteoric rise to fame (and notoriety), the British invasion, the famous "rivalry" between the Stones and the Beatles and the personal drama - drug busts, in-fighting, off-stage antics with groupies, line-up changes and the death of founder Brian Jones.
Special Bonus Material: Bill Wyman exhibition; talking tour; the fans get their "Satisfaction"; Mick Jagger goes solo; Jagger writes for the Movie Alfie; Rolling Stones play in Germany; Keith Richards profile; "Shine a Light" documentary.