The doc started airing last week, which marked two years since Bowie died at age 69. ( Jimmy King/ HBO via AP)
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The end of Bowie's life was equally interesting to Whately as he centers on the artist's final projects in the new HBO documentary, "David Bowie: The Last Five Years".The second documentary focuses on Bowie's final two albums – "The Next Day" and "Blackstar" – as well as the stage play "Lazarus," which took its inspiration from the 1976 film, "The Man Who Fell to Earth," which starred Bowie. "Lazarus" made its debut weeks before Bowie died in January 2016 . In the music video for the song "Lazarus" from his final album, Bowie seems to foreshadow his own death. Whately contends the idea of a stage play of "Lazarus" was something Bowie had considered since the beginning of his career.
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