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Village Voice: The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector Review

Village Voice: A feature-length portrait of a pop music genius as (pre-)convicted murderer, The Agony and the Ecstasy of Phil Spector lives up to its grandiose title, taken from the old Michelangelo potboiler. Vikram Jayanti's BBC production is certainly a scoop, culled from 50 hours of interviews made during the reclusive Spector's first trial—he was accused of sticking one of his many guns in actress Lana Clarkson's mouth and blowing out her brains—but it's less a documentary than a Top 40 opera.

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