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Rock’n’Roll of Corse

 
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A dive into the revolutionary punk movement

Category: Arts & Culture, Feature Length, Music Documentary
Duration: 90’
Production year: 2010
Director: Lionel Guedj and Stéphane Bébert
Selection: Cannes Film Festival

Synopsis

London, 1976: the social protest in full swing. Young people are looking for a future. In this context, follow the fabulous destiny of Henry Padovani, a 24-year old young Corsican who just landed in this city where a new alternative and revolutionary trend was born, the punk movement. Musician and guitarist, he started his career in the 1980s like a meteorite sprung from nowhere. With The Police band that he initiated with Stewart Copeland in January 77, from The Clash to The Sex Pistols, The Who to The Pretenders, R.E.M he signed, Zucchero he managed, with everyone Henry shared a little of their music and a lot of their lives. A life dedicated to Rock’n’Roll... of Corse!

Produced by TBC Productions

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