Won't Anybody Listen

2001, Movie, NR, 73 mins

Won't Anybody Listen
A sobering documentary about Anaheim-based metal band NC-17, a six-member group fronted by Michigan-born brothers Frank and Vince Rogala. First-time feature filmmaker Dov Kelemer followed them for the better part of seven years as they wrote, performed in local clubs, laid down tracks in a garage recording studio and tried to get the attention of music industry bigwigs, efforts that were met with a soul-sapping lack of interest. In addition to interviewing the band members — the Rogalas, guitarist/keyboard player Robin Canada, violinist Robert Aviles, drummer Chuck Horn and bassist Ron Perron — Kelemer spoke to a surprisingly candid cross-section of music ...
Released: 2001 Rated: NR Length: 73 mins

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