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It Might Get Loud

Jack White, the Edge, Jimmy Page

Directed by Davis Guggenheim
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Community: star rating
5 3.5 0
August 20, 2009

The guy who directed Al Gore's An Inconvenient Truth changes it up by doing a doc about three guitar gods — Led Zep's Jimmy Page, U2's the Edge and the White Stripes' Jack White. The cameras follow each of them home, let them talk shop and then put them onstage together in Los Angeles for an electrifying jam session. Does this sound like rock heaven? It is.

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