Rage: 20 Years of Punk Rock West Coast Style

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Released 2001

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Director:
Scott Jacoby , Michael Bishop
Released:
2001
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Rage: 20 Years of Punk Rock West Coast Style depicts the struggle and views of six seminal Punk Rockers who survived and transcended the corporate machinery that would try to suppress their unique vision of society and attempts at voicing it. It evokes the passion and vision that fueled the much over-looked movement now known as Punk. The film translates, through their eyes, how the Punk Scene originated in the US and specifically, the West Coast, why they chose this route, their influences, and how Punk evolved into the major cultural influence it is today. Through in-depth interviews, archival footage and stills–much of it never before seen, and contemporary motion graphics/animation, the viewer is taken on an informational ride that is nothing less than an epiphany. A fascinating journey that in turn is shocking, humorous and informative, "Rage" is definitely a hybrid documentary not to miss. Though each of the main players in this film were originally in their groups 25 years ago, each has maintained an active participation in performing and other music-related endeavors. Their longevity is reflected in the continued interest of their hard-core constituency and the burgeoning interest by a new generation, sealing their places as originators and innovators and making an indelible mark on Rock and Roll history.moreless
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