PATTI SMITH: DREAM OF LIFE

PATTI SMITH: DREAM OF LIFE

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'Patti Smith: Dream of Life', directed by Steven Sebring, is a plunge into the philosophy and artistry of cult rocker Patti Smith. The portrait of the legendary singer, artist and poet explores themes of spirituality, history and self expression. Known as the godmother of punk, she emerged in the 1970s, galvanising the music scene with her unique style of poetic rage, music and trademark swagger. We follow this multitalented and private artist over 11 years of international travel, through her spoken words, performances, lyrics, interviews, paintings, and photographs. 'Patti Smith: Dream of Life' reveals a complicated, charismatic personality. Patti Smith who narrates the film, wrestles with life's many paradoxes. She defines the human experience as an overwhelming contradiction. She pulls the strings of her guitar and simply makes music. ★★★★ "Fresh, funny insights into a '70s icon" - Kat Brown, Empire
Not Rated
109 minutes
2008
Music, Documentary
United States
English
None
Verve Pictures

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