No Wave - Underground '80: Berlin - New York Trailer

No Wave - Underground '80: Berlin - New York Trailer (2009)

03 July 2009 Factual, Music 52 mins

the connections and energy flow between the various artists populating the 1980s sub-cultures of New York and Berlin. Features Jim Jarmusch, Lydia Lunch, Blixa Bargeld, Alex Hacke, Gudrun Gut, Nick Cave, and others. An important film. Bravo, Mr. Dreher.

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Cast

Glenn Branca

as Himself

Beth B.

as Herself

Eszter Balint

as Herself

Nick Cave

as Himself

Jim Jarmusch

as Himself

Arto Lindsay

as Himself

Lydia Lunch

as Herself

John Lurie

as Himself

Thurston Moore

as Himself

Amos Poe

as Himself

Crew

International Releases Dates

Germany 03 July 2009

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