The Punk Rock Movie

1978, Movie, NR, 80 mins

Just as Abraham Zapruder's amateur film isn't very good cinema but vital to the study of the JFK assassination and by extension world history, THE PUNK ROCK MOVIE is a crude but notable record of the brief, brutal heyday of Britain's punk-rock movement.

There's another similarity between this documentary and the Zapruder film. This is also basically a fuzzy home movie, shot in Super 8mm format by Don Letts, a road manager, musician, and club deejay at the short-lived Roxy music club in London. His edited footage, presented without narration, preserves the breaking UK punk scene of 1976-77. Here are obscure bands mohawk-to-mohawk with enduring figures like Billy ...

Released: 1978 Rated: NR Length: 80 mins

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