The Nine Lives of OZZY OSBOURNE DVD (2020 Documentary)


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The Nine Lives of Ozzy Osbourne

Original Air Date 09/07/20: This documentary traces Ozzy’s life from childhood, time in prison, fronting Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees Black Sabbath & Grammy Award-winning solo career, to one of rock’s elder statesmen and loveable TV dad. As Ozzy turns 70, he reflects on his successes, failures & his ability for survival, including never-before-seen interviews about his Parkinson’s diagnosis.This intimate documentary frequently shows Ozzy watching clips of his life, marveling at how he survived his hardships. At some points, the footage was too heavy for him. “When I put it on for him, there were times when he walked out of the room,” says Jack Osbourne, one of Biography’s executive producers. “I was like, ‘If he’s getting uncomfortable by the things that we’re talking about, it means we’re getting honest enough.’”But despite having to review several unpleasant episodes of his life, Ozzy was most affected by watching Jack cry over Ozzy’s granddaughter Pearl singing “Crazy Train” with her elementary school class. “I hate to see my kids crying, it fucks me up.” Ozzy was quoted

“It was just like this strange thing to look back and be like, ‘Oh, my daughter’s grandfather is Ozzy, who is my dad,’” Jack adds. “I can’t quite put it into words, but it just moved me. Pearl was going to be in the school play six months after my dad’s surgery [due to a  horrific late-night fall], so we made that a goal for him: ‘You need to get on your feet and be strong enough to see Pearl do your song.’ So it meant a lot to me in so many different layers.”

Pearl’s performance is not in the film, but Ozzy says he enjoyed it even though he was still in pain from his surgery. “My dad is not one for public emotion,” Jack says. “He’s pretty English and stoic when it comes to that, but he was certainly moved by it. When he was writing ‘Crazy Train’ with Randy Rhoads nearly 40 years ago, I definitely don’t think he ever thought that his granddaughter would be performing it with her whole class.” Ozzy says that  the way director R. Greg Johnston, (producer on The Osbournes) framed his life has impressed him. As he looks back on all of his life’s accomplishments in the film, he now sees his story differently than he used to…

Featuring exclusive new interviews with Geezer Butler, Ice-T, Tony Iommi, Post Malone, Marilyn Manson, Jack Osbourne, Kelly Osbourne, Ozzy Osbourne, Sharon Osbourne, Rick Rubin, Bill Ward, Jonathan David of KORN and Rob Zombie

Total Running Time is 1 Hour 23 Minutes


Total Running Time is 1 Hour 23 Minutes

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Weight.25 lbs


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