Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways

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Released 2004

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Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways

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Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways is a 2005 documentary about the landmark 1970s rock and roll band, produced and directed by Runaways bassist Victory Tischler-Blue. The Runaways were the first all-female American rock band to hit it big, both in the States and around the world. The band consisted of five teenagers with a passion for hard rock. As this insightful film reveals, each of the young women modeled their look after their music idols. Lead singer Cherie Currie modeled her look on glam rock champion David Bowie, and burgeoning rock queen Joan Jett modeled her look on Suzi Quatro and Keith Richards. The five stars grew up together in the spotlight of popular media and the craziness of the rock and roll road. As they got bigger as a band, they developed tensions with each other and fell victim to the rampant drug abuse that plagues the rock and roll lifestyle. Edgeplay: A Film About the Runaways contains interviews with the original Runaways as they reflect on the triumphs and struggles of being so loved, so influential, and so young.moreless
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