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'The Trabant had broken down and (this police officer) was berating him in German...'

Filming in Berlin, Davis Guggenheim, Director of From The Sky Down, recalls how Larry suggested going for a drive.

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bobcaygeonmary
04 February, 2012
Some fun after all !
In the movie Bono talks about Larry laughing alot in the early years, and yet most of the pics are of very serious looking guys? Yet I have to believe that they have to have some good laughs & crazy things happen along the way of the last 30 odd years. I would like to see more of that - just having a good time like this clip. :)
an2
26 October, 2011
Larry in my heart
I love you forever!
coralimauroo
15 October, 2011
From the Sky Down
unbelievable your continued creatitivita changed until that you will have wants you day-dream the 4 of dublino of it but who 4 friends are ciaooo go goooo u2 mauro
tan_lejos_tan_cerca
14 October, 2011
Larry is so nice isn't he?
The police telling Larry off and he laughing! :D And the police car is comical too. I'm imagining them chasing some thiefs LOL
musicabona
14 October, 2011
Trabant driving licence
Wow, it is great to see Larry driving a Trabant! He seems to enjoy his little trip through Berlin a lot. I agree with other commentators here, Larry has hardly aged within these 20 years. He still looks incredibly young (maybe his amazing music keeps him that young :-)!
lisa_usa
13 October, 2011
Larry ever so cool ...
Larry's ever so cool, just smiling away while the cop is slowly losing it, haha... Loved it! J & M & L (Adam's Girls)
mich40
13 October, 2011
Love it!
Glad to see that this footage made it into the movie. I remember seeing that part years ago and thinking he was laughing b/c he had no clue what the officer was saying to him.
metbono
13 October, 2011
Larry Mullen JR.
Does the man ever age??? I have met him before, Larry is very soft spoken.
daltonsisters
13 October, 2011
Loved it!!
I almost couldn't tell if it was Larry then or Larry now in that scene. He's hardly changed in 20 years. I loved seeing his reaction which was a very natural response to the absurdity of it all. It was a great moment in the film.
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