‘Western Stars’ Review: Bruce Springsteen’s Directorial Debut Is an Intimate and Unexpected Concert Doc

Even casual listeners of Bruce Springsteen’s songs are well-aware of The Boss’ many obsessions — America, cars, love, small towns, tough times, personal growth, denim — and his first turn behind the camera speaks to his consistent “if it ain’t broken, don’t fix it” ethos that has already guided so much of his work. Part concert doc, part personal rumination on all the things that make Bruce, well, Bruce, “Western Stars” serves as both an intimate exploration of Springsteen’s latest album of the same name and a deeper dive into his most pervasive compulsions. Springsteen’s natural charisma shines through at every turn,

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