Arcade Fire to release 'Miroir Noir' documentary on Monday (Dec 15)

Fans will be able to watch the 70-minute film online

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Arcade Fire will release their new 70-minute documentary, 'Miroir Noir', on Monday (December 15).

The film documents the band through the making of their 2007 album 'Neon Bible' and subsequent tours. It also includes short films made on the road by the band.

The documentary is directed by Arcade Fire and Vincent Morisset, who was also responsible for the interactive video for 'Neon Bible'.

The deluxe edition DVD of 'Miroir Noir' features bonus material including Arcade Fire performances on TV shows such as Friday Night With Jonathan Ross and Saturday Night Live.

Both the digital and deluxe versions of the documentary will be available to order from Miroir-noir.com on December 15 (with the digital version delivered instantly).

A trailer for 'Miroir Noir' is available to watch now.

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