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  1. Log Lady's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    3.5 stars ~ Perhaps not an essential TRS documentary, but definitely fascinating in terms of presenting the ugly and boring sides of being a rock star, along with showing a lot of stuff that other rock documentaries have to settle telling about (groupie antics, drug abuse etc.). Even if you're not a fan of TRS, go see this for the experience alone. Preferably after Gimme Shelter (1970).

  2. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    There are some weird rules about the showing of this film. This is probably due to the fact that the Rolling Stones don't come off too well in this movie. The title of this movie refers to the song they came up with as a contractual obligation. If you don't watch the movie you should definitely check out the song. It's hilarious.

  3. Matt Reddick's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    I rarely object to a mubi synopsis, but "fairly prosaic"... Robert Frank?! c'mon. Anything but! ... Heroin and cumstains are little hard to watch but this is simply mesmerizing for capturing the moment, using varying rhythms and edits.

  4. God_Schizo's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    Clearly oriented to show the sex and drug side of rock'n'roll, but still a nice piece of testimony from that time, with some real great moment (cf. Stevie Wonder e.g.)

  5. chanandre's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    boring as hell. maybe the lousy "print" had an influence on it but i've yet to be mesmerized by a Rolling Stones' documentary, to be quite honest. Missed opportunity. :/

  6. T. J. Harman's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    Amazing document of its time. The great Robert Frank's direction, editing choices and access to the probably too personal side of the Stones & friends on the road make this an interesting watch.

  7. Konrad Szlendak's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    Absolutely amazing piece of documentary! Where else are you gonna see Mick Jagger smoking joints and snorting coke or Keith Richards wasted 24/7 on heroin? Robert Frank's cinematographic style resembles experimental movies of Antony Balch and definitely makes it worth your while!

  8. MBmn's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    Unfastened Nervous Energy Promiscuity

  9. Subterranean Cinema's rating of the film Cocksucker Blues

    Not a great film, but still a good rarity worth collecting, especially for Stones fans.