Pete Doherty in 24 Hours

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Published on 1st February 2016 by

Pete Doherty in 24 Hours is an MTV documentary in which the filmmakers basically follow controversial British rocker Pete Doherty around for 24 hours in order to gain some insight into his colourful private life, at a time when he was getting a lot of negative media attention from the tabloid press for his lifestyle. The episode was aired in 2009.

The filmmakers gained unprecedented access into a large Georgian mansion that he was living in at the time and the resulting film perfectly captures his wild eccentricity. Also worth a watch are Stalking Pete Doherty (2004), Who The F*ck is Pete Doherty (2005), and the Roger Sargent documentary The Libertines: There Are No Innocent Bystanders (2011) which follows The Libertines as they reform for the first time to perform several gigs in 2010.

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