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Dir. Stéphane Kazadi, France, 2020 105 min
Tool was formed in 1991 by Adam Jones on guitar, Danny Carey on drums, Maynard James Keenan on vocals, and Paul D'Amour on bass, replaced by Justin Chancellor.
In 2006, they were described as "the world's biggest cult band” by Revolver Magazine.
Director Stéphane Kazadi heard Tool's "Lateralus" album for the first time in 2001.
As his greatest musical encounter, it changed the way he considered music. Rather than make a documentary about Tool which would only have appealed to their fans, he chose to write a film in 2005 about the emotion felt and its source, instead of an explanation of the group’s creative process - not realising it would take 14 years to complete! The process of an album marking the end of its author's emotional engagement and the beginning of its listener's, fascinated him. To accomplish this investigation he journeyed around the world, from Paris to New York, Santiago, Chicago, Normandy to South Dakota in search of individuals from different worlds (artists, musicians, philosophers) - individuals who, through their singularity, passion, and talent, will enable audiences to better grasp the nature of music.