Queen: Days of Our Lives

Synopsis: The life and times of the rock band Queen - told in two parts covering in part one the 1970's and in part two the 1980's and beyond.
Genre: Documentary
Director(s): Matt O'Casey
  1 nomination.
120 min

There's been a lot of rumours lately 'bout

certain band for Queen, the rumour said that

we are going to split up. What do you think?


They're talking from here.

So forget those rumours. We're going to stay

together until we f***ing well die, I'm sure of it!

"One Vision"


There really wasn't much sex...

Well, there wasn't much drugs.

You wouldn't be able to do that now.

# One man

# One goal

# One mission... #

For that moment,

we kind of owned the world.

Where's the modesty gone?

There isn't any.

# One solution... #

Press are never quite understood,

A lot of the press took against them.

# Yeah, one God... #

England doesn't really think we're that cool.

But I mean I don't want some arsehole critic

to tell me that.

You might as well paint a target

on your head and go, "Shoot me!"

I think when you go all the way up,

the only place is to come down.

Controversy Behind Sun City

I wish I'd never heard of the place!

# I'm gonna tell you there's

no black and no white... #

Whenever the band came under pressure, there

would be a walk-out, a separation, a row.

# One worldwide vision... #

We were at a crucial point.

We might have had to break up.

The arguments were creative, then

it would become personal. Of course.

There is an inward jealousy.

They're all wondering & all waiting to see if my

album is going to do better than the last Queen album.

Freddie took to the gay scene like David

Attenborough making a wildlife programme.

I just want to pack in as much of

life and having a good time as much as I can.

'London - the Imperial College

of Science and Technology,

'meeting place for space scientists

from 50 nations,

'specialists who will help develop the equipment which

has taken mankind to the new age of space exploration. '

We've got Brian May on guitar.


I was studying Physics as an undergraduate

here, but Astronomy was always my thing.

And so I did the Astronomy

post-graduate for a PhD.

When we were at school, me and

my mates had a group called 1984.

When I left for university,

the singer we had, Tim Staffell,

and myself decided to put

a new group together called Smile.

We've got Roger Meddows-Taylor

on percussion.

There was a noticeboard here

where you would pin items

of interest to musicians, so I put

a notice saying "drummer wanted".

"We need Ginger Baker/Mitch Mitchell

type drummer. "

I booked this little jazz club room here and

Roger brought his kit and I brought a guitar.

That was the first time

we played together.

# When she was done

# She hung them up... #

Something happened, I have to say. We thought,

"There is some kind of special sound to this. "

# Goodbye, April Lady... #

I guess we had the same sort

of sound in our heads.

# Goodbye, April Lady

# You've done a lot for the folks

in this town... #

Freddie Mercury on vocals.


Freddie came from

a colonial background.

He was born in Zanzibar and he went

to boarding school in India.

I first met Freddie

at Ealing Art School in 1968.

There was a piano down there

and Freddie would do

this flowery style on the piano.

It was very Mozart and effective, but unique. You'd

never seen anybody play the piano like that before.

The first time he sang, I knew straight

away that that voice was going places.

# The minute you walked in the joint

# I could see

you were a man of distinction

# A real big spender

# Good-looking, so refined

# Say, wouldn't you like to know

what's going on in my mind...? #

I used to follow Smile a lot. We were

friends. I used to go to their shows.

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