The Importance of Being Morrissey

The Importance of Being Morrissey

50 mins | Documentary, Music, TV Movie | June 8, 2003

The Importance of Being Morrissey is the most revealing and quotable documentary made on Steven Patrick Morrissey. In it, he compares meat eating to child abuse; attacks the Royal Family and Tony Blair; responds to the accusations of racism, and we hear about his depression. There’s also some great concert footage and a mixed selection of celebrity fans who explain their fervor for the Mozz.

The Importance of Being Morrissey

50 mins | Documentary, Music, TV Movie | June 8, 2003

The Importance of Being Morrissey
The Importance of Being Morrissey is the most revealing and quotable documentary made on Steven Patrick Morrissey. In it, he compares meat eating to child abuse; attacks the Royal Family and Tony Blair; responds to the accusations of racism, and we hear about his depression. There’s also some great concert footage and a mixed selection of celebrity fans who explain their fervor for the Mozz.
IMDb rating 7.9
Producers North One Television
Original title The Importance of Being Morrissey
Directors Tina Flintoff, Ricky Kelehar
Writers

Cast

Morrissey

as Himself

Bono

as Himself

Johnny Marr

as Himself (archival footage)

Nancy Sinatra

as Herself

Christopher Eccleston

as Narrator

J.K. Rowling

as Herself

Noel Gallagher

as Himself

Alan Bennett

as Himself

Kathy Burke

as Herself

Harry Hill

as Himself

Will Self

as Himself

Miranda Sawyer

as Herself