Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us Trailer (2006)
"Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us"28 October 2006Music115 mins
In 2005, rock legend Paul McCartney crossed America with his record-breaking, sold-out US tour. Now, harnessing the power of more than 25 hi-definition cameras and the thunder of 5.1 digital surround sound, Paul McCartney: The Space Within Us captures this epic experience on DVD.Better than a front-row seat, this feature-length concert film takes viewers onto this stage and beyond, capturing Paul's out-of-this-world performance -- which was beamed to the astronauts aboard the Mir space station, who woke up to some "English Tea" with Paul and the band through a live feed from the tour.
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