The latest Michael Hutchence documentary, titled, Mystify Michael Hutchence, is now out on Blu-ray and DVD with an hour of bonus footage. The film, which premiered in theaters last summer, was directed by Richard Lowenstein, the man behind most of INXS' groundbreaking '80s videos, along with Hutchence's sole starring role in a major feature — 1986's Dogs In Space.
The film features unique archival footage from Hutchence and his closet intimates who touch upon not only his fractured family background and massive stardom, but also a horrific freak accident in Copenhagen, which resulted in the singer losing his sense of taste and smell, while dealing with profound changes in his personal life.
Michael Hutchence was found hanged in his hotel room in Australia back in 1997. He was 37-years-old. Tiger Lily Hutchence, who turned 21 in 2016, is the singer's daughter with the late-Paula Yates. Upon her mother's early death in 2000, she was adopted by Yates' former husband — Live Aid organizer and Boomtown Rats leader — Bob Geldof and raised with the couple's children.