The world premiere of the Johnny Depp-produced documentary, ‘Crock of Gold – A Few Rounds with Shane MacGowan’, took place at the San Sebastian Film Festival last night.
Depp was in attendance along with Director Julien Temple however due to Covid restrictions The Pogues frontman was unable to attend.
The film includes unseen footage from the early days of the singer’s life and details his heartbreak following the sudden death of Kirsty MacColl.
It also features interviews with A-listers including Bono, Nick Cave, Bobby Gillespie, Elvis Costello, Gerry Adams and Michael D Higgins.
Speaking at a press conference to promote the film, Depp said: “I’ve been very, very lucky to have a long, long history with Shane MacGowan. About 35 years ago when I first met Shane, he was exactly who he has always been and will always be.”