‘Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour’ Captures the Material Girl’s Latest Live Vision

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Still from Madonna:Rebel Heart Tour on Showtime.

Madonna remains a pop diva best seen live in an amphitheater, but if you weren’t able to score a ticket to her most recent world tour, don’t worry. You’ll get a second chance with the Queen of Pop’s latest concert documentary. “This film has everything,” says director Nathan Rissman. “It’s full of humor, drama and a unique take on how she puts on such an amazing show.”

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The tour, in support of Madonna’s 2015 album, Rebel Heart, features classics like “Who’s That Girl?” and “Music” alongside new songs. Longtime collaborators Rissman and codirector Danny B. Tull captured footage from gigs performed all over the globe. “There’s a mixture that really gives the audience a multilayered perspective,” Rissman says. “We have cameras from every angle you could imagine.”

And, of course, Madonna was intimately involved with the production. “She is a perfectionist and will make sure we have only the best to put forward,” Tull says. “We all worked closely with her day in and day out to make sure her vision was upheld.”

Madonna: Rebel Heart Tour, Friday, Dec. 9, 9/8c, Showtime