David Bowie’s ex-wife criticizes the singer’s biopic: “He’ll never watch” – Monet

David Bowie's ex-wife criticizes the singer's biopic: "He'll never watch" - Monet

Model Angie Bowie; And poster of David Bowie’s biopic film Stardust (Photo: Twitter / Disclosure)

The 71-year-old model Angie Bowie criticized the film ‘Stardust’ (2020), based on the life of her ex-husband David Bowie (1947-2016), saying that the composer would never watch the “biopic”.

‘Stardust’ was directed by Gabriel Range and starred Bowie as actor and singer Johnny Flynn. The film took place in the early 1970s, during the composer’s first tour of the United States and the creation of Ziggy Stardust’s personality.

David Bowie (Photo: Getty Images)

David Bowie (Photo: Getty Images)

For Angie, the biopic is a “total waste of time”. The model said in an interview, “The only people who will see it will be celebrities. Bowie was a musician. And where is the music? The film was boring.” Mirror.

Actor Johnny Flynn as David Bowie (1947–2016) on the scene of Stardust (photo: reproduction)

Actor Johnny Flynn as David Bowie (1947–2016) on the scene of Stardust (photo: reproduction)

Just before the release of ‘Stardust’, the film was drowned out by the Bowie family for failing to acquire the rights to the artist’s music with the production executive. In the interview, Angie – who is played by Jenna Malone in the film – nevertheless stated that she did not find ‘Stardust’ interesting in general. “It’s more monotonous than a documentary by a star. It was very neutral and soft and, without music, we have nothing.”

David Bowie with his first wife, model Angie Bowie, in 1969 (Photo: Twitter)

David Bowie with his first wife, model Angie Bowie, in 1969 (Photo: Twitter)

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