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Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist

Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist is a movie starring Pamela Anderson, Christina Hendricks, and Kate Moss. The first film to encompass the remarkable story of one of the true icons of our time, as she fights to maintain her brand's...

Other Titles
Westwood, Westwood: punkówa, ikona, aktywistka, Westwood - Punk. Icona. Attivista, Vivienne Westwood. Reina punk, Vivienne Westwood: Get a Life, ヴィヴィアン・ウエストウッド 最強のエレガンス, Westwood - Punk, Ícone, Ativista, De rebellie van Vivienne Westwood, Westwood: Punkrockare, ikon, aktivist, Westwood: Punkkari, ikoni, aktivisti
Running Time
1 hours 23 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Lorna Tucker
Christina Hendricks, André Leon Talley, Kate Moss, Pamela Anderson
Audio Languages
日本語, اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Japanese, اللغة_العربية, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

The first film to encompass the remarkable story of one of the true icons of our time, as she fights to maintain her brand's integrity, her principles - and her legacy.

Comments about documentary «Westwood: Punk, Icon, Activist» (17)

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Carl Sanders

The main purpose of this film is to tell the story of punk rock and the way it was brought to the big screen. I thought it was really well done and gave a great insight into the life of punk. I thought the film was informative, and showed the struggles that punk music went through to make it mainstream. I think the film does an excellent job of showing the life of punk music, the bands, the relationships, and what it took to make it a successful band. The film also gives you a good idea of how punk was made, the music, the culture, and the people that created it. I think that the film was a good way to tell the story of punk. I really enjoyed this documentary and would recommend it to anyone who likes punk rock and is interested in punk music.

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Sarah Marshall

This documentary is a wonderful reminder of how important and important it is to remain strong in your beliefs and stand up for what you believe in. It shows the real lives of those who are taking a stand for something they believe in. It is a true story, and I am sure everyone in the audience will agree with me that they are all deserving of their success. It's a true testament to the values and passion of the women and men in this community. This film will stay with you for a long time.

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I have no idea why this film has such a low rating. I'm not sure it deserves a rating of 5, but I'm not sure I care. I think it's because it's really not that interesting. I know people who watched it and were clearly interested in the subject, but they didn't seem to care about anything else. It's basically a bunch of interviews with people who have been involved with the band and with the punk scene in general. I haven't seen them in years, so I can't say I've known them all, but it seemed like they were all genuinely interested in the subject. The problem is that I don't think any of them have much to say about it, and I think that is the film's problem. There is a lot of talk about the punk scene, but there is very little talk about what makes it so interesting. It's not just about music, but about attitude, about the kind of people who make it. It seems like most of the people interviewed are either bitter ex-punks or had some kind of falling out with the band, but not really anything else. I also thought the movie was mostly just a collection of interviews and some music clips. There are only a few bits about bands in the film. Most of the music is music that's been released, or is available on CD. I can't imagine anyone who's not familiar with the music would find this film interesting. I would have liked to hear more about what made the band what it was, but the interviews are so short that you can't really expect much. I think a lot of people will find it interesting, but I think most of the people interviewed will be bored or won't care. It's not bad, but I wouldn't recommend it.

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Amber S.

A great film. My family has seen it for a few times now and we can't get enough of it. I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking to get a better understanding of punk and what it is and how it is so important to our future.

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Bobby Schultz

I found this film by accident on cable. I was doing some research on the punk rock scene and was surprised to find out that this was a documentary. I watched it and was stunned at what I was seeing. In the early 70's, the punk rock scene was very young and vibrant. It was still young, but was having its ups and downs. This film shows the ups and downs, but it also shows the impact of punk rock on the lives of the bands and the people in the scene. I felt that this film was a great balance of the music and the documentary that went with it. There are many documentaries that are very good at one thing and are horrible at another. This film was good at one thing and it was very good at another. The music was amazing and the documentary was also amazing. I feel like this film should have won an Oscar. It was amazing and amazing. I don't feel like the documentary is just for punk rock fans, it's for everyone. The documentary does an excellent job of covering the highs and lows of punk rock, but at the same time it shows how punk rock affected the lives of the people that were in the scene. I think that this film is a must see for anyone who is interested in punk rock. It's amazing to see a documentary that is so good at both music and documentary. I highly recommend this film.

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Anthony Hansen

I think it's a good documentary to show to people who don't know anything about this period. It's more of a discussion between the activists and the people in charge of the counterculture. You really get the feeling that the culture that emerged was a conglomeration of various groups, with a lot of people who had no connection to each other. Some of the interviews are interesting, especially the ones with Dr. Atkins. I don't think it's a bad documentary, but it doesn't have the dramatic, emotional impact of "Be Here Now", another great documentary about this time period. "The Last Waltz" is another great documentary that I think would be better for people who are more interested in the history of rock and roll. Overall, "The Last Waltz" is an interesting documentary and worth watching. If you're a music fan, you'll enjoy this. If you're a film fan, you'll probably enjoy this. If you're interested in the counterculture, you'll enjoy this.

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Billy Clark

Hats off to all the punk rockers out there. This is a must see documentary about the history and relevance of punk. The more you see, the more you will realize how much of a passion and influence this group had on the music world. Not only that, but it gives a sense of what punk was, and how it became so pervasive in the culture. This documentary is a great way to discover the music that started it all, and how it has been transformed through time. One of my favorite documentaries of all time.

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Barbara Castro

I have been on the fence about this film for some time now. I'm not sure whether I want to see it or not. I am usually quite open to "indie" films. I enjoy the way a film moves me emotionally. But sometimes the film just doesn't work. This film is one of those films. It is slow moving, with a lot of people talking. The film is more of a documentary than a documentary film. The people in the film are real people. I think that is what makes the film work. It is a story of a group of people who just want to make music. This film is not for the squeamish. I felt like this film was very disturbing at times. I think the film is very well made and I was entertained by the film. I think the film is worth seeing, but I don't think it is for everyone. I would recommend the film to anyone who likes documentaries. This film was very well done, but I think it is not for everyone.

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Kyle H.

I saw this documentary at the Tribeca Film Festival, and I am so glad I did. It's a powerful documentary that, like many others, is a very personal film. It's about a group of punk rockers in New York City, who were so opposed to the police that they became a vigilante group, and many of them died in the process. And it's also about the people who supported them, and were their friends and neighbors. It's a powerful film, and one of the best I've seen in a long time. Check it out, if you haven't already.

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Rachel S.

If you are a man, and you are not in a relationship with a woman, you need to see this film. Women are the center of this film. This film teaches us that we are all equal in the eyes of God, and we are in no way better than any man or woman. We are not a special breed of animals. God made men and women and each is capable of loving and caring for other people. I think that most people who read this film will relate to it in some way. This film is not a criticism of men or women. It is simply a reminder that we are all created equal. I have never seen a more profound movie in my life. A great deal of the film is silent, but the voices of the women are very clear. These women are some of the most amazing people that I have ever known. The film makes a point that I don't think many people understand. Men and women are created equal. We are all equal in God's eyes. If you don't agree, you need to see this film. I promise you will see it for yourself. This is a wonderful film. It is a great film.

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Jacob Harris

I thoroughly enjoyed this movie and highly recommend it. I am currently in the process of editing my collection of historical films and this is a great addition to my collection. It is a great look into the lives of some of the most influential punk rockers of the early 70s. The film highlights the "punk lifestyle" through interviews with various individuals and music video clips. It's a great way to get a taste of the culture without having to listen to the full albums or listen to the "real" punk rock music. The interviews were very insightful and very interesting. I was particularly impressed with a very frank interview with Geezer Butler. I'm a big fan of the man and this was just a great way to get a first hand look at his life and how he developed his own style. It's hard to find a lot of info on him and this movie makes it easy to find information on him and his life. The film also has interviews with Nirvana, L7, and some other great punk bands. The music video clips are really great and you get to hear some great new music by some of the bands that featured in the film. This movie is great for anyone who has ever been a fan of the punk rock scene. I would definitely recommend this movie for anyone that loves music, punk, or the punk culture.

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I'm sorry but this documentary was boring. I liked the documentary, but the overall content was pretty dull. The documentary felt like it was filmed in a hurry. There was no real time to get a feel of the characters and the emotions they were going through. The film seemed to go for a quick quick quick feel of the time they had and the people they were talking to. It felt like the camera was constantly rolling and it was hard to tell what was going on. The documentary seemed to go on for forever and seemed like it was trying to get to the point quickly. I don't know if it was because I'm a fan of the documentary or if it was a bad director, but I felt like it was really trying to get to the point too quickly. There were some great moments of the documentary, but I was hoping the documentary would get to the point. Overall, this documentary was a waste of time.

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Gerald L.

In my opinion this is the first documentary to truly convey the opinions and feelings of the punk community. There were many aspects of the punk culture which were not portrayed in the documentary, like the efforts that were made to try and keep a punk radio station from being taken over by the big radio stations. Also, it was a very interesting perspective on how a punk band would deal with their parents and friends. The film also takes on some of the darker aspects of the punk scene, like drug addiction and prostitution. Overall, I highly recommend this documentary to anyone interested in punk music, and I also highly recommend it to anyone interested in punk culture.

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Philip Arnold

The late Mike Kingsbury (of Punch-Drunk Love) and Lawrence N. Bourgeois (The Who) give a stirring and insightful explanation of the story behind the very popular album "Supertramp", and the historical connection between the band, the company, the neighborhood, and its patrons. This documentary is not about the band, but about a band's legacy and the company's place in American culture. It's not a documentary about the band itself, but the connections between its music and its fans. And, it is not about the band itself, but the connection between the band, the company, the neighborhood, and its patrons. It is a fascinating look at how music is used to transcend, challenge, and ultimately empower the people of a community. The documentary focuses on the band's history, its people, and the connections that are made to each other. It is very insightful, and its lessons are applicable to anyone who has ever listened to a good song and wondered why. Watch this film, and be inspired.

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This documentary is a lot of fun to watch. It's been a while since I've seen a documentary so full of character and so focused on the people that make it so important. The movie itself is not necessarily a great documentary, but it is a great movie. I'd give it a 7, and I would have given it a 10 had I not been talking to a lot of people about it. It's interesting to hear from people who are just as interested in the subject as I am, and I love seeing the diversity of the people who are involved. It's a shame that people aren't more interested in seeing these stories, as the story is so important. I was also impressed with the way that the subjects were able to get the story out so quickly and at such a great pace. I'd recommend this to any of the people that enjoy documentaries.

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Crystal G.

As far as I know, I am the only person who has seen this documentary on the nature of punk. The experience of being there in 1980s New York City and the social impact that it had on people was interesting and well done. I have never been to a punk concert but I did see the documentary and I am so glad I did. I would not want to go on the record saying that this documentary was not as accurate as it could have been because the documentary had a great eye for detail. It seemed to me that the filmmaker was trying to convey the feeling of the time, while also taking into account the way in which the participants were trying to make sense of the strange world around them. A very well done documentary.

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I found the documentary to be both interesting and informative. It is interesting because it presents a detailed analysis of the influence and the impact of punk on the music industry in the 80s. It also makes a strong case that the impact of punk on rock music was just as great as that of rock music in the 1970s. It also made a strong case that punk music was the first rock music. However, I felt that the documentary was too long, which seemed to me to be an attempt to set up the film as an argument for a more complete and more comprehensive understanding of punk culture. The documentary seemed to me to be in the style of an art film, so it should have been shorter. The documentary also seemed to me to present the culture of punk in a very superficial way, which I think is a major flaw in the documentary. If the documentary had concentrated on the culture of punk and not just on its social impact, then I think it could have been more complete and more compelling. The documentary is definitely worth a watch, and is definitely worth the time.