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Daily Archives: July 31, 2015

Kurt Cobain once famously said that “punk rock is freedom.” By this, he meant that divorced from the dogma of mainstream rock, he was free to express himself however he wished, however odd or shocking that expression may well have been. This, evidently, helped him to keep his work intensely personal. If there is one genre in film in which… Read more »

31 July 2015 | Uncategorized