Is he a wolverine? Or a dancer? I quite admire this film. Here is a man who had no place whatsoever; fought for a voice and triumphed. GG lived and died to prove that there is no love left. I disagree, but I think his work is important because he brings to light topics that are often avoided like NEGLECT. He poses an interesting social question, why was he cheered by so many? Why didn't a single soul try to love him?
Captures his aesthetic, finds real meaning in his nihilism, and balances the more revolting facts of his persona with the appeal his total rejection of everything has to anyone who's ever felt alienated. GG himself seems to be the only one in the film who can sum up what he was really about, and does it with disarming eloquence: "My mind's a machine gun, my body's the bullets, the audience is the target."
dino, the naked drummer ? dino believes that he's immortal he believes he's free of all law and he believes he's telepathically connected to the luna chicks and he believes that they love him and dinos done time for exposing himself to people dino exposed his schwing to a little girl and did time and later when asked about it he said ah i was just teasing her
A vile documentary that dives head first into the mind of punkiest punk that ever punked! What I loved about this doc is that it didn't glamorize GG in any way, shape or form and actually made him look like an idiot more than once... and then at times it made him look like an unsung hero of the rejected suburban youth. Pretty Intense, folks!
GG Allin ciertamente es un tema interesante, no para uno sino para varios documentales. Extrañamente lo que puede ser considerado como una de sus debilidades también es una de sus más grandes fortalezas puesto que Todd Phillips básicamente siguió a Allin y su banda sin intervenir demasiado. Pero desde el punto de vista documental si hubiese sido genial tener la opinión de otros músicos o "expertos".