Olé Olé Olé is a superb documentary by Paul Dugdale which follows The Rolling Stones on their 2016 tour through Latin America and as they try to stage their first ever concert in Havana, Cuba (which itself was issued as Havana Moon last year).
The 105 minute film focuses on behind-the-scenes shenanigans and “intimate moments” with the band members, and plays on the anticipation and reaction from the fans and all the twists and turns of staging the Havana concert. You do also get seven full-length performances from various gigs on the tour.
a very good documentary. It makes a change to get more of an insight to the Stones on tour, particularly in somewhere more unfamiliar, than the usual band concert film singing Jumping Jack Flash for the 100th time.
Therefor this one is a real must have if you want to take a look behind the scenes of what Rolling Stones are all about.