Unknown Passage: The Dead Moon Story

Unknown Passage: The Dead Moon Story

This documentary follows Oregon punk/garage rock/folk band Dead Moon on the road and chronicles the evolution of a group whose members have been part of the underground music scene for four decades. Live performances, archival footage, interviews and home movies flesh out this profile of a truly unique band. Members include singer-songwriter Fred Cole on guitar, his wife Toody Cole on bass and Andrew Loomis on drums.

Undisputedly written into the annals of rock history and dedicated to the most sincere methods of the DIY ethos| Northwest musicians Dead Moon (Andrew Loomis and
Fred & Toody Cole) have intentionally cut out the bullshit| and left the major labels and "commercial success" behind. Unknown Passage: The Dead Mood Story follows
the band on the road and at home| chronicling lifestyle rock and rollers who happen to also be small business owners and grandparents. Beginning with footage of a 14
year-old Deep Soul Cole ("the white Stevie Wonder")| Unknown Passage tells the history of one of the most reclusive bands through their various garage| psych| folk|
and punk rock incarnations. Today| pressing their records at home| in a house they built from the ground up| Dead Moon run their own "frontier mini-mall|" record
label and music store| while in their spare time "keep one gig ahead of a day job" by touring through the US and Europe-with the occasional 15-hour penny-slots
casino pitstop. Here... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Alison M (mx) wrote: I love this movie I wait for this one watch it over and over

Michael D (ru) wrote: I liked this action movie though some of plot was a little see thru

Magreta P (mx) wrote: i very love this move

Paul H (us) wrote: TERRIBLE MOVIE sucked so badly horrible acting and filming

Kaustubh P (jp) wrote: Future cult classic.

Harpreet S (nl) wrote: Hey Ram is one of my favorite films out of India, even with it's many flaws. Kamal Hassan is tremendous! I really loved the dream sequences through out the film. The film does become preachy and is too long. The present day scenes are not necessary. Worth the watch!

Paavo I (kr) wrote: Harvey Keitel was a dirty, dirty man long before Bad Lieutanant. Here he plays a small-time gangster who dreams of becoming a concert pianist. The fun is, he won't even consider doing a reform to accomplish this. In fact, he plays a lot better when he does despicable things. The movie starts as a love letter to all sorts of music. Has a slightly misogynist world view. My favorite fingers in this one belong to the doctor who shoves them up Keitel's ass.

Richard H (es) wrote: the 450 from paddington is one of agatha christies best books in my opinion, and this version ranks on top of the list in my opinion, its margaret rutherfords bumbling manner but yet shes very cunning too, go on give it a go and watch it , you honestly will like it .

Steven C (fr) wrote: "Grand Hotel" is an iconic relic. It's an important film because it was the first of it's kind in terms of multiple, interconnected, existential story lines and the first film to gather together a large, star studded ensemble. Since the structure of the film was completely new, the various threads can be derivative and seem more like a series of vignettes than a cohesive whole. But the cast is enchanting and the blending of genres is risky and invigorating. "Grand Hotel" is by no means a perfect film and it's entertainment value can be all over the place, but it's still an intriguing and important motion picture to this day.

Elgan D (br) wrote: A strong cast for a particularly downbeat but well judged picture. Director Kaye is far from prolific but this is another example of his astute measure of the human condition

David G (es) wrote: A great British movie with an assembled British cast retelling the story of Rorke's Drift and the events that ensue there on January the 22, 1879 when a handful of British Soldiers stood against an army of 4,000 Zulu warriors and won the day.

Andy F (fr) wrote: Another unfairly maligned Woody Allen movie. It's charming, funny and has a delightful mix of characters. I wouldn't settle for anything else.