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The Cure in Orange Rating: NR Running Time: 113 Minutes Directed by: Tim Pope

Plot Description

This musical documentary follows British rock group The Cure through their performance at the classic Theater Antique D'Orange in the French countryside. Band members Robert Smith (musician), Simon Gallup, Porl Thompson, Boris Williams, and Laurence Tolhurst make their way through 23 songs that echo the angst of their faithful teenage audience. Robert James Smith (born April 21, 1959 in Blackpool, England), a guitarist, vocalist and songwriter, has been the lead singer and driving force behind English post-punk band The Cure since its founding in 1976. ... Simon Johnathan Gallup was born on June 1, 1960 in Duxhurst, England. ... Paul Porl Thompson (born November 8, 1957 in Wimbledon, England) is an English musician best known for his work with The Cure. ... Boris Williams. ... Laurence Lol Tolhurst (born Laurence Andrew Tolhurst on February 3, 1959 in Horley, England) was a founding member and drummer/keyboardist for the UK band The Cure. ...


  • "Introduction"
  • "Shake Dog Shake"
  • "Piggy in the Mirror"
  • "Play for Today"
  • "A Strange Day"
  • "Primary"
  • "Kyoto Song"
  • "Charlotte Sometimes"
  • "Inbetween Days"
  • "The Walk"
  • "A Night Like This"
  • "Push"
  • "One Hundred Years"
  • "A Forest"
  • "Sinkin"
  • "Close to Me"
  • "Let's Go to Bed"
  • "Six Different Ways"
  • "Three Imaginary Boys"
  • "Boys Don't Cry"
  • "Faith"
  • "Give Me It"
  • "10.15 Saturday Night"
  • "Killing an Arab"
  • "Sweet Talking Guy" (Performed by The Chiffons)

  Results from FactBites:
The Cure - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4487 words)
The Cure is a British band widely seen as one of the leading pioneers of the British alternative rock and post-punk scenes of the 1980s.
The Cure released their first single "Killing an Arab" to both acclaim and controversy: while the single's provocative title led to accusations of racism, the song is actually based on French existentialist Albert Camus' story The Stranger.
The Cure is known for having constant member changes, the most recent being in 2005, although it was the first change in 10 years, a Cure record.
The Cure headlined various festivals around Europe, including Glastonbury for a 2nd time, gave the royalties from their live album 'Entreat' to their 10 favourite charities, recorded the single 'Never Enough', and released 'Mixed Up', a collection of remixes old and new by such luminaries as Mark Saunders and William Orbit.
The Cure hit the road once more with 'The Swing Tour', their biggest to date, and as the four singles 'The 13th', 'Mint Car', 'Strange Attraction' and 'Gone' were released to growing acclaim, the band played over 100 extraordinary concerts to increasingly rabid crowds around the globe.
The Cure will be playing a limited number of small promotional shows in Europe and the USA around the February 2000 release date, before setting off around the world again for a full-scale 'Dream Tour' very soon after...
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