Before embarking on their 1972 American tour, the Rolling Stones hired filmmaker-photographer Robert Frank (PULL MY DAISY) to document the proceedings. He accomplished the task, with all of the music, drugs, groupies, and boredom intact. Unfortunately, the Stones were so upset by their
portrayal that the film remains, to this day, under a court order that only allows it to be shown when Robert Frank is present.
An opening disclaimer declares that, except for the musical numbers, everything in this film is "fictitious." With that legal obligation out of the way, the movie--which randomly mixes color and b&w footage--begins with the Rolling Stones's preparation fo...