Not all people can claim to have seen at least once in their life a concert of one of the most famous rock legends of all time: Freddie Mercury, the leader of Queen. Nevertheless, young people are now able to go through all the steps that have led to his success thanks to the movie that shows on the screen the story of his life: Bohemian Rhapsody.
On the occasion of the London premiere in Wembley, known as the location of Queen’s very last performance during the Live Aid raise funding event in 1985, fans from all over the world could follow the event by just being comfortably seated in cinemas. Brian May, Roger Taylor and all the cast of the movie who interpreted these legends, were invited on the central stage for a short interview. They all seemed moved and thrilled about the idea of finally having the feedback of a public who had been waiting for this movie for a long time. After the premiere, the movie was shown already dubbed in all countries, just for this special day and before the official release.
Fascinating, compelling and moving, the film is simply the masterpiece of a spectacular life itself. Despite the breakdown, the long period in which Freddie needed to sort out his sexual orientation and stepped away from his own group, Queen never lost what characterised them the most: the power, the energy, the attractiveness and charisma that only a rock band like them can have.
In conclusion, Bohemian Rhapsody is not just a mere documentary of a man who struggled during all his life for his diversity, his origin and even against a mortal disease, but it’s more a great movie about an icon whose fame will last for centuries.