In July 1980, five months after the untimely death of original frontman Bon Scott, AC/DC released Back In Black, an album which has gone on to sell over 40 million copies worldwide, and one that many fans consider the greatest of the group's career. Chock-full of the heaviest riffs, the most bombastic production and the best double entendres rock music has ever encountered, the record catapulted AC/DC into the big league, big time. Back In Black: A Classic Album Under Review is a documentary film, which revisits and reassesses this astonishing work. With the entire album dissected track by track, and with rare footage, band interviews and live performances all under the gaze of our panel of esteemed experts, this is the best film on this extraordinary band yet to emerge. Includes comment, criticism and insight from: engineer for Back In Black and Highway To Hell sessions, Tony Platt; rock journalist, Total Rock FM DJ and AC/DC expert, Malcolm Dome; AC/DC biographer Paul Stenning, classic Rock magazine's Jerry Ewing; AC/DC author Clinton Walker and more.