Commentary by Mike Ness Shawn; Mark, and Adam Stern; Adam Small; and Peter Stuart; Subtitles: Japanese and English
I was really looking forward to this film because I am a HUGE Social D fan, but this documentary was great, so much more than I expected. It really dug deep to raw meanings and emotions that I wasn't aware of, and all the punks that they interview really shows how stero-types are wrong, punks are always associated with trouble, violence, being an a-sshole but in this documentary you see how smart all of them really are, not afraid to bring out who they are and not afraid to say whatevery one else holds back.
Real struggles, real people - its refreshing to see a band who cares for their fans and makes an attempt to understand them.
This documentary really does show the true meaning of punk, as its quoted from the film, "punk is about change" -
Unforuantly this documentary rings out how we as a society haven't changed much at all, this was filmed in the 80's but people are still judging on appearances and punks still live under the same sterotypical gaze.
Punk is about change, something we really need, and unforutnatly the phrase everyone is fighting to keep alive is "Punks not dead"
This movie made me fall in love with Youth Brigade, Social Distortion and Minor Threat all over again. I loved this movie, it shows how people feel and how punks are crazy people who should be locked up. Also you get much needed fashion tips from Mike Ness.