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Slated for a mid-2004 release, the film was shown by its director without Jack White's permission. To top it all off, the film's audio was poorly mixed, a really bad move for a film whose audio needed to be its biggest focus. White threatened a lawsuit if the director did not withdraw the film from release and has thus not been shown to a massive viewing audience.
 
Slated for a mid-2004 release, the film was shown by its director without Jack White's permission. To top it all off, the film's audio was poorly mixed, a really bad move for a film whose audio needed to be its biggest focus. White threatened a lawsuit if the director did not withdraw the film from release and has thus not been shown to a massive viewing audience.
 
The film has been found and uploaded to MEGA.
 
<ref>[https://mega.nz/#!HEMzjLxY!Bx3wc3Iej9fSE4pDTIpmtlGUKCzRH0Q93uwHadNpUkQ The MEGA file for the film.] Retrieved 15 Jan '17</ref>
 
  
 
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*[https://mega.nz/#!HEMzjLxY!Bx3wc3Iej9fSE4pDTIpmtlGUKCzRH0Q93uwHadNpUkQ The MEGA file for the film.] Retrieved 15 Jan '17
  
 
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Nkhtttc.JPG

A still from the documentary.

Status: Found

Date found: Unknown

Found by: Bman78

In 2004, American garage-rock band The White Stripes were at the height of their success. Their 2003 album Elephant was met with massive critical acclaim, their music was receiving wide radio airplay, and their live shows were selling out. The band decided to do a four-night series of performances in New York City, calling it their 4-Night Stand. The whole event was filmed for a documentary film titled Nobody Knows How To Talk To Children.

Slated for a mid-2004 release, the film was shown by its director without Jack White's permission. To top it all off, the film's audio was poorly mixed, a really bad move for a film whose audio needed to be its biggest focus. White threatened a lawsuit if the director did not withdraw the film from release and has thus not been shown to a massive viewing audience.

Videos[edit | edit source]

A leaked snippet from the documentary.
Another leaked snippet.

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