Bohemian Rhapsody is a footsteps celebration of Queen, their music and their extraordinary lead singer Freddie Mercury. Freddie believed stereotypes and crushed conventions to become one of the most beloved entertainers on the planet. The film traces the meteoric appearance of the band through its iconic songs and revolutionary sounds. They reach unprecedented success, but in an unexpected turn, Freddie, surrounded by darker influences, suppresses the queen in the quest for her solo career. Freddie has suffered greatly without the Queen's cooperation, Freddie succeeds in reuniting with his comrades just in time for Live Aid. While courageously meeting a new AIDS diagnosis, Freddie leads the band into one of the greatest performances in rock music history. Queen Cements is an inheritance that continues to inspire third parties, dreams and music lovers to this day.
The famous silver-sequin costume and machine combination embodies Mercury's love for theaters – something he incorporated into his performances. He played alone in collaboration with the Royal Ballet in 1979, and once announced that his sole purpose with the band was to confuse people or "make them gas", according to Roger Taylor.