Hey is Dee Dee home (2003)Other(s) author(s) : Kowalski, Lech, [zuzendari]Language : EnglishUniform titles : Hey is Dee Dee home.(64 minutu) : soinua, kolorezIrudia (mugimenduan ; bidimentsiokoa): bideoaMusic -- Artists | Musika -- Historia eta kritika | Music -- History and criticism | Ramone, Dee Dee (1951-2002)Dee Dee Ramone (Wikipedia es) | (Wikipedia es) | Hey! Is Dee Dee Home? (IMDb) | Abstract | Full film In : History on my arms - Oaks : MVD, copyright 2008 Other edition available : Hey is Dee Dee home
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Partehartzaileak: Richard Hell, Billy Idol, Landau, Jerry Nolan, Dee Dee Ramone, Joey Ramone, Johnny Thunders.
"He remains a leading example of that brand of self-destructive romantic revolt pioneered in the 19th century by the French poets Charles Baudelaire and Arthur Rimbaud. As extreme as his behavior and music often were, Mr. Ramone also seemed to be a sympathetic and reasonably self-aware person, at least as he is captured here in a sobered-up, 1991 interview that Mr. Kowalski unearthed and placed at the center of this film. Sitting before a fatalistically black background, wearing an art-fully ripped T-shirt that exposes some of his extensive tattoos, Mr. Ramone tells of his dramatic ups and downs in a calm, clear voice Ëœ colored by a Queens accent Ëœ that invites immediate credibility. 'I've got my history on my arms,' Mr. Ramone says, looking both at the tattoos that document stages of his life and the collapsed veins that testify to his drug use. The film's title is a line from one of Mr. Ramone's most frequently covered compositions, "Chinese Rocks""
/ Dave Kher.
Audioa ingelesez; azpitituluak frantsesez, gaztelaniaz eta italieraz.
Audio en inglés; subtítulos en francés, castellano e italiano.