"Hey − don’t worry, don’t be afraid, ever, because, this is just a ride…"18 June 1994Factual41 mins
Short documentary / tribute to the late, truly great American stand-up comedian Bill Hicks, included as an extra in several box sets. Bill Hicks passed away in 1994, taken tragically young aged only 32. His legend and reputation, however, continue to grow. "It's Just a Ride" is a celebration of his life and work, featuring numerous clips of Bill's many recorded stand-up performances, along with trbutes from Sean Hughes, Eric Bogosian, David Letterman and Eddie Izzard, amongst others.
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Have you watched Bill Hicks: It's Just a Ride yet? What did you think about it?