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Notorious Baltimore criminal and underground figure Divine goes up against Connie & Raymond Marble, a sleazy married couple who make a passionate attempt to humiliate her and seize her tabloid-given title as "The Filthiest Person Alive".
Dafoe plays Vance, a stoic, leather-clad biker who rides into a small Southern town and to wait for some other bikers. Their plan is to travel on to Daytona for some racing, but they have to stick around the little truck stop town for a while to get one of their bikes repaired. Vance flirts a bit with Augusta (Liz Gans), a widowed waitress. She's the only local who's friendly to him and his gang. Contemplating living in such a depressed, isolated place, Vance tells her, "I think your husband had the right idea." While the bikes are worked on, Vance and the gang, including the abrasive Davis (rockabilly musician Robert Gordon, who also composed the film's soundtrack) and his girlfriend, Debbie (Tina Lhotsky), spend the day in town, to the chagrin of the conservative residents. Vance hooks up with Telena (Marin Kanter), the rebellious teenage daughter of a rich redneck. Their little tryst creates even more tension, and the day ends with violence.
A vital part of the 80s Psychobilly scene was captured at the Klub Foot in London, offering bands the chance to play to a devoted crowd, and spinning discs that summed up the movement perfectly. This release features some of the bands from the club, including The Long Tall Texans, Demented Are Go, Torment, and Guana Batz.
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Trevor is a 16 year old, sometimes-violent skinhead with no regard for authority, and would rather spend his time in a detention centre. He enjoys pissing off society by having a swastika in his forehead, stealing cars, pissing off people in the street, stealing, breaking in stores, etc. This movie truly represents the lifestyle many skins had in the early 80s due depression and unemployment in Great Britain.
PUNKS (1984) is a documentary about the Sao Paulo punks, produced by Sara Yaknni and Alberto Giecco. The documentary portraits the life style in the ghettos, the difficulties, ideologies, street fights, hangout spots, and the importance of the music in their day to day lives. Some of the bands interviewed are: Ratos Do Porão, Inocentes and Fogo Cruzado.