OMD: Souvenir Trailer

OMD: Souvenir Trailer (2007)

02 October 2007 90 mins

Souvenir is the story of one of the most influential synth-pop bands of all time.

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Cast

Andy McCluskey

as Himself

Paul Humphreys

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 02 October 2007

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