The video begins with a shot of a road in Paris and Adele is seen walking on it alone. She continues to walk and starts singing the song with a sad look as the camera makes circles and ... See full summary »
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I liked the bluray version but the problem I have with it is that you can only enjoy it the first to fourth time you watch it, after that it becomes evident that out of a 100 minute concert, she talks 40% of the time... so the first time it's new stuff it's interesting the things she says but by the third time the jokes and stories are boring... so you'll go back to the songs on youtube instead or will be forced to listen to the same old dialogue again.
It would be nice if the bluray came with a "concert only" feature that would skip her complementing her friends in the audience and her stories about how she wrote a song, etc.
I had rated it 7 but after writing this I actually downgraded it to a six.
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