Blue Is Beautiful Trailer

Blue Is Beautiful Trailer (1997)

10 October 1997 32 mins

Made with Washington DC's notorious gospel-punk outfit The Make-Up. The musicians seek "creative asylum" in a subcultural womb. This road movie is, in the words of a Parisian critic, "comme si Foucault roulait avec les situationistes dans le Scooby-Doo Van". It is both a lyrical document of a time and space(s) which no longer exist as well as a record of one of the most kick-ass bands on earth.

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Cast

Ian Svenonius

as Himself

International Releases Dates

United States 10 October 1997

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