In the tradition of great music movies, One Direction's feature-film debut has sex, drugs and rock `n' roll - just without the sex or the drugs.
The Morgan Spurlock-directed documentary "One Direction: This Is Us" hangs out with Harry, Louis, Liam, Niall and Zayn at home and on the road and comes to the conclusion that the five lads who have conquered the world are, well, pretty nice.
Spurlock - who made his name with socially engaged documentaries such as "Super Size Me" - is on a mission to convert unbelievers into One Direction fans.
"These boys are so charming and so fantastic, I challenge you to go to the movie and not like them after the film is done," Spurlock said Monday.
The movie premieres Tuesday in London.
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