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Stewart Copeland’s doc gives backseat look at The Police

PARIS, FRANCE – OCTOBER 1: (L-R) Andy Summers, Sting and Stewart Copeland of The Police pose after being inducted as ‘Knights in the Order of Arts and Letters’ at the Ministry Of Culture on October 1, 2007 in Paris, France. (Photo by Julien Hekimian /Getty Images)

A hidden glimpse of life within the bubble of the early days of the Police is coming on May 31st, with the re-release of drummer Stewart Copeland‘s documentary on the band Everyone Stares: The Police Inside Out. The digitally remastered fan favorite will be released on DVD, Blu-ray, and digital platforms.

Showcasing one-of-a-kind footage shot by Copeland — both on and off the stage — Everyone Stares features “an insider’s view on touring with fellow band members Sting and Andy Summers, with the film capturing the reaction of adoring fans worldwide at a pivotal moment in the band’s career. . . The film is scored using rare live performances and studio ‘derangements’ of classic Police songs. Bonus features include over 20 minutes of extra footage and commentary by Andy Summers and Stewart Copeland.”