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SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL is an exhilarating, provocative motion picture. The Rolling Stones rehearse their latest song, "Sympathy For the Devil," in a London studio. Beginning as a ballad, the track gradually acquires a pulsating groove, which gets Jagger into a rousing vocal display of soulful emotion that Godard is lucky enough to capture on film. Showing that rock and roll is more than just partying and goofing off, SYMPATHY FOR THE DEVIL is a brilliant portrait of the creative process at its most collaborative and arousing.

  1. Jean-Luc Godard

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Sean Lynch

    Commentary (voice)

  2. Mick Jagger

    Mick Jagger

    Himself

  3. Brian Jones

    Brian Jones

    Himself

  4. Keith Richards

    Keith Richards

    Himself

  5. Charlie Watts

    Charlie Watts

    Himself

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The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil
The Rolling Stones: Sympathy for the Devil

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Status Released

Release Information

  • April 22, 1969
    NR
    Theatrical

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    No rating information.

Original Language English

Runtime 1h 55m

Budget $500,000.00

Revenue -

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