Rethink everything you know about concert films. There’s no sitting down here. Go into the theatre, stand up from your seat and dance so hard you can’t stop against the pulsating rhythms of electronica icons The Chemical Brothers. Allow us to introduce you to “Don’t Think,” the documentary from musical visionaries The Chemical Brothers. The renegade cinematic concert was directed by Adam Smith of Black Dog/RSA, who has worked with The Chemical Brothers for eighteen years as their visuals collaborator, before stepping out with this against-form concert piece.
At the premiere screening at the Arclight Theatre in Hollywood, the audience was so engaged in the film, they jumped from their seats and began dancing wildly, so intensely that the projectionist was forced to pause the film until the patrons returned to their seats and order was restored. We encourage you to watch and get a little crazy, in the privacy of your own homes, of course.