The Doors Movie : A Val Kilmer (Jim Morrison) Classic !

"The Doors" movie is Oliver Stone's homage to the 60's rock outfit "The Doors" which also doubles as a biography of the group's lead vocalist, the "Electric Poet" Jim Morrison. The movie follows Morrison from his days as a film student in Los Angeles to his death in Paris in 1971, at the age of 27.

The movie features a tour-de-force performance by Val Kilmer, who not only looks like Jim Morrison's long-lost twin brother, but also sounds so much like him that he did much of his own singing. It has been written that even the surviving Doors' band members had trouble distinguishing Kilmer's vocals from Morrison's originals.

The film opens during the recording of Morrison's An American Prayer and quickly moves to a childhood memory of his family driving along a desert highway. Young Jim sees an elderly native American dying by the roadside. The film picks up with Morrison's arrival in California and his assimilation into the Venice Beach culture, followed by his film school days studying at UCLA; his introduction to his girlfriend Pamela Courson, his first encounters with Ray Manzarek, and the origin of The Doors: Ray Manzarek, Robby Krieger, and John Densmore.

Reference : The Doors (Wikipedia)

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