Freddie Mercury is one of the most tragic stories in the music history. Widely regarded as one of the best voices and singers in music history, Mercury lived only 45 years.
The British singer was known for his flamboyant stage persona and four-octave vocal range. Mercury was the lead vocalist of the rock band Queen, one of the best British bands of all time.
Mercury died on November 25, 1991 of bronchopneumonia resulting from AIDS. He was one of the first openly gay declared celebrities in the music history.
After Mercury died, Queen performed with Paul Rodgers, but they clearly said Rodgers would be simply featured with former Queen members, not replacing Mercury. Truth be told, nobody can replace Freddie.
This documentary tells the story of how AIDS took away one of the greatest vocals in music history. This documentary only focuses on his private life, the two years that took away Freddie's life. And that should not overshadow his musical genius.