It’s the 70’s. Singer Freddie Mercury, guitarist Brian May, drummer Roger Taylor and bassist John Deacon make up the British rock band Queen. It would be in 1975 when his single Bohemian Rhapsody would place them in the foreground of the international music scene. The film is a chronicle of the meteoric rise to Olympus of the band’s music, through its iconic songs and revolutionary sound, since Mercury joined Brian May and Roger Taylor, until the 1985 Live Aid macroconcert at the stadium Wembley, six years before Mercury died prematurely. A resounding and sonorous celebration of Queen and her extraordinary and unclassifiable singer.
- DIRECTOR: Bryan Singer
- DURATION: 2h 15 min
- CAST: Rami Malek, Gwilym Lee, Lucy Boynton.