Forget A Hard Day's Night, Lonely Boy and even Gimme Shelter/Altamont. For a true documentary-syle account of rock in the Swinging Sixties, Charlie Is My Darling (produced by early Stones manager Andrew Loog Oldham) boldly treads where no documentary cameras had ever been before (ie. into a deserted Irish ballroom at 3am, where Mick and Keith butcher '50s cover tunes as they slide tumblers of champagne back and forth across a grand piano top). Also watch the lads being savagely attacked on stage! And hear Brian Jones describe what "surrealism" means to him. Heavy stuff for '65, no? PLUS: rare Stones shorts from a private collection.