While everyone has a favourite era from the magnificent career of the Rolling Stones, few can deny that the period 1966 - 1969 was the most dynamic, assured and revelatory of the half century they have existed. With five studio albums of a quite astonishing quality released, the song writing partnership between Mick Jagger and Keith Richards reached heights of an unsurpassed quality. And as their sonic development continued, not only did the sound of The Rolling Stones change, the entire Rock landscape was forever altered while the swinging sixties became all but a hazy memory. "Rolling Stones: The Second Wave" is a documentary film which looks exclusively at this period of unrelenting activity as the Stones celebrity reached fever pitch on both sides of the Atlantic and around the world. With exclusive contributions from a host of acclaimed critics and writers, friends and colleagues of the band and those closest to them during this period, together with rare performance footage, seldom seen band interviews, and featuring the music of the era throughout, this feature provides the definitive insight into the Rolling Stones during the years they rolled most frantically.