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"Michael K. Kuentz" <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 29 Mar 1993 10:14:43 EST
Message of Mon, 29 Mar 1993 08:15:27 -0500 from <JLONGO1@ITHACA>
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On Mon, 29 Mar 1993 08:15:27 -0500 <JLONGO1@ITHACA> said:
>Check out Sid and Nancy if you havn't already. It's probably the most
>popular of all 'punk movies' produced.  Also, 'Repp Man' also deals in
>this genre (oops, that's 'RepO Man').  There are also several independent
>documentaries produced in this era which document the punk explosion of
>the late seventies.  Possibly check out music videos -- there are tons.
try these:
     "PUNK AND DISORDERLY" (a british film)
     "THE YOUNG ONES" (a british situation comedy)
     "SOCIALIZED" (a documentary about the band, _social distortion_)
     "STRIAGHT TO HELL" (starring the clash's joe strummer)
     "URGH!!  A MUSIC WAR" (this must be seen to be explained)
     "WEIRD SCIENCE" (set back in the mid eighties it tries to highlight some)
     "PRETTY IN PINK" (ibid)
     "TAPE HEADS" (a michael nesmith flick... yea the guy from the monkees)
     "ESCAPE FROM NEW YORK" (hmmm....maybe)
     "REPO MAN" (already said but worth repeating... another nesmith flick)
     "BETTER OFF DEAD" (by far a hilarious, yet stupid flick)
and any other teeny-bop film from the mid-eighties. Also try any John Waters(?)
and "Mondo Mike" videotapes. Oh, by the way... try this one, it deals with
the punk scene of venice, CA... "SURF NAZIS MUST DIE" and "NUKE 'EM HIGH".
egging my mohawk....michael k.