Metallica film director says band is a 'religious experience' for fans - watch

'Through The Never' director Nimrod Antal discusses his heavy metal 3D concert movie

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WATCH: Director Nimrod Antal discusses the forthcoming 3D concert film he has made with Metallica, which is titled Metallica: Through The Never.

"Metallica fans want to see Metallica," he says, sitting alongside drummer Lars Ulrich. "Whether it's a grainy video clip or a crisp IMAX image they're going to come because they're faithful and they're passionate and, having the opportunity to travel with the band and see them in different countries, it's mindblowing to see the fans. It's a true religious experience for them."

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