30 minutes' worth of a UK TV documentary narrated by Marc Almond, circa 1999. Good watch. "Business" and perceived "ego(s)" should always be separate, least they combust unto themselves, both fanning each others' unquenchable flame, innit?
"These Things Take Time: The Story Of The Smiths (documentary) features a special feature about the story of the Smiths, with previously unseen performance and behind-the-scenes footage. Includes interview with Mike Joyce, Andy Rourke, Sandie Shaw, John Peel, Stephen Street and many others." (via)
"2013 UK Documentary (Culture Show Special) featuring lifelong fan, Tim Samuels, setting out to find out why The Smiths have such a special place in the hearts of a generation. The Smiths were only around for five years in the mid-eighties, but to this day the sentiment their music evokes is strong.
Samuels talks to a variety of dedicated fans including Stuart Maconie, Wayne Hemingway, Simon Armitage, MP Kerry McCarthy & Noel Gallagher, to analyze the look, the lyrics, the issues and the riffs." (via)
"(2003) UK TV Documentary Narrated by Christopher Eccleston, With contributions from Johnny Marr, Alan Bennett, Kathy Burke, Noel Gallagher, Nancy Sinatra, Linder & others." (via)