David Bowie - DVD & Video
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David Bowie: Black Tie White Noise (1993) VHS
Absolute Beginners (1986)
The Hunger (1983) VHS
Miriam (Catherine Deneuve) and John (David Bowie) are 2 bloodthirsty immortals who live a good life in the human city of New York. She keeps her ageing lovers in the attic and John has some how become ill after 3000 years. Miriam now must find a new love who well never age. She finds it in Sarah Roberts(Susan Sarandon), who's geriatrics research may hold the secret to immortality.
David Bowie - Best of Bowie (2002) DVD
This collection features a lot of material. Some of it is outstanding, especially the early performances. 
Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars (1983) DVD
Rock legend David Bowie is the bizarre, ineffable Ziggy Stardust. Now, in this timeless concert filmed in 1973, you'll see the inimitable David Bowie perform some of his most unforgettable songs. Rock and roll has never been more imaginative, or sounded so good. Songs: Hang on to Yourself, Ziggy Stardust, Watch That Man, Wild Eyed Boy from Freecloud, All the Young Dudes, Oh You Pretty Things, Moonage Daydream, Changes, Space Oddity, My Death, Cracked Actor, Time, Width of a Circle, Let's Spend the Night Together, Suffragette City, White Light/White Heat, Rock and Roll Suicide.
Labyrinth (1986) DVD
An excellent fantasy film for all ages. David Bowie plays the Goblin King. He portrays his part as cruel, but on very charming way so you cannot resist liking him. The fantastic costumes and wild colours wrap this film up into a delightful parcel - a definate must for any fantasy lovers!
The Man Who Fell to Earth (Special Edition) (1976) DVD
David Bowie plays the alien of the title, who arrives on Earth with hopes of finding a way to save his own planet from turning into an arid wasteland. He funds this effort by capitalizing on several highly lucrative inventions, and in so doing becomes the powerful leader of an international corporate conglomerate But his success has negative consequences as well  --his contact with Earth has a disintegrating effect that sends him into a tailspin of disorientation and metaphysical despair. The sexual attention of a cheerful young woman (Candy Clark) doesn't do much to change his outlook, and his introduction to liquor proves even more devastating, until, finally, it looks as though his visit to Earth may be a permanent one. 
Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence (1983)VHS
Directed by Nagisa Oshima (In the Realm of theSenses) stars David Bowie as a silent, ethereal POW in a Japanese camp. Protesting--via his own enigmatic rebellion--the camp's brutal conditions and treatment of prisoners  Bowie's character earns the respect of the camp commandant (Ryuichi Sakamoto). While the two seem locked in an unspoken, spiritual understanding, another prisoner (Tom Conti) engages in a more conventional resistance against a monstrous sergeant (Takeshi). The film has a way of evoking as many questions as certainties, and it is not always easy to understand the internal logic of the characters' actions. --Tom Keogh
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