Review: Moonage Daydream presents David Bowie through kaleidoscopic images and sound

By Jane Freebury
Updated September 22 2022 - 7:44am, first published 7:30am

Moonage Daydream. M, 135 minutes. Four stars

Over his long career, the mercurial rock god David Bowie made sure he was a surprise act, a step ahead of his fans and detractors with something startling and new. It was also the way that he lived his life, as a man on the move. From New York to Sydney, from Berlin to Bangkok, he was the boy out of Brixton who could never stand still.

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