In 2008, Martin Scorsese brought the Rolling Stones to film with Shine a Light. (Watch the trailer here.) But a good forty years before that, another giant of modern film had a similar idea. Jean-Luc Godard, one of the founders of New Wave French cinema, directed "Sympathy for the Devil" during the tumultuous summer of 1968. The film is part rockumentary, part advertisement for left-wing ideas that were alive at the time. (There's no real way to sugarcoat that.) Above, Godard takes you inside the recording sessions of the Rolling Stones' classic, "Sympathy for the Devil." As the clip goes on, you can see the song, as we know it, unfold. Thanks John for the heads up on this one.