Brett Morgen Almost Died Directing David Bowie Musical Documentary
Brett Morgen recently shared that he lay still for a few minutes and fell into a coma while making the music documentary about David Bowie.
Brett Morgen’s Near Death Experience
Brett Morgen took on the challenge of making music legend David Bowie’s documentary titled “Moonage Daydream.” Although he has a whole team of people who have worked with him like the director, producer, writer, editor, etc., Morgen still has a near-death experience.
In an article published in DEADLINE, Brett Morgen said that he was blocked for a few minutes and fell into a coma. The report states that it was the stress of making the documentary that caused her the near-death experience.
Moreover, it is the first time that the succession of David Bowie allowed and authorized to use the ton of images. Therefore, fans are expected to see David Bowie’s footage from his concerts, music videos and behind-the-scenes footage.
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Brett Morgen back in good health
Brett Morgen’s near-death experience taught him many lessons. Now that he’s back in good health, he said it’s important to enjoy every day and every moment of his life. He also added that he felt like Ziggy Stardust’s musician who also taught him how to survive and live life to the fullest.
Meanwhile, Brett Morgen also shared that he didn’t have the chance to meet David Bowie in person before the music legend’s death in 2016. In a report in CINEMA BLEND, Morgen said he felt Bowie’s spirit guiding him in the making of the documentary.
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