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Studio 54

Studio 54 is a movie starring Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell, and Donald Rubell. The story of the notorious 1970s New York City nightclub.

Other Titles
Studio 54 - The Documentary, Klubas Studio 54, Studio 54 - verdens vildeste natklub
Running Time
1 hours 38 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
History, Documentary
Matt Tyrnauer
Donald Rubell, Neil Schlesinger, Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Studio 54 was the epicenter of 70s hedonism--a place that not only redefined the nightclub, but also came to symbolize an entire era. Its co-owners, Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell, two friends from Brooklyn, seemed to come out of nowhere to suddenly preside over a new kind of New York society. Now, 39 years after the velvet rope was first slung across the club's hallowed threshold, a feature documentary tells the real story behind the greatest club of all time.

Comments about history «Studio 54» (13)

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Kathy Bishop

Watching this movie reminded me of my days in college, or in school, where we all went to the movie theater and watched 'So What' for hours and hours. 'So What' was a cinematic masterpiece of the genre. The actors are all very talented and very well chosen. It's definitely one of the best movies I have ever seen and I have seen many movies. This movie is the definition of a 'must see.'

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I'm not sure why this movie is getting such a low rating. It was awesome, an excellent look into a time in American history that I would have never known. I just saw the movie and I was impressed with the level of detail and quality that the production team put into this. The cast was amazing, especially Michael Lerner. I would highly recommend this movie to anyone, and especially to young kids.

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Emma Guerrero

It is obvious to see that this is not a documentary about the movie, but about the artistic vision of the Director, the scriptwriter, the actors, the art department, and the studio itself. A very interesting documentary that deserves a bigger audience. It's definitely a must see.

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Raymond S.

I was wondering why the film was called "The Company" in my area and finally found out. I think the film did a very good job of showing the problems with the company and the reason for the merger. The old, corrupt, corrupted CEO of the company played by Andrew Largeman was a little over the top but I guess that was what the director wanted. I loved the interview with the owner of the old company who had come back to the company and decided to start over. The film also showed the change in the company over the years, from old people to people with experience. Overall, I think the film was well done and worth watching. I will definitely watch it again and definitely recommend it to my friends. You really do not have to have an affinity for the company to understand what the director was trying to show. I think you will also be happy with the ending. I think you will also understand the importance of this film, that you really can not change the past and that you really do not know what really happened in the past. I highly recommend this film, it is a must see.

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I first became aware of the documentary, known as "Date Movie", on TV's "60 Minutes" as part of their "The 60 Minutes II" documentary series, but not in its entirety. I'd have to say that this was the best documentary that I've seen to date. As someone who's been through the dating and sexual education phase of my life, I was amazed by the success of this documentary. The truth about dating and dating in general. And the sad truth about dating and sexual education is that a lot of people who are into these subjects are actually already into something that's more serious. And this documentary was able to show that. You'll learn about the many different types of dating, and the many different types of dating. Whether it's a guy who likes to date only one girl, or a girl who likes to date the hottest girl in school. And how it relates to people like me who don't want to have to spend much time on the computer, or spending time on the internet. You'll learn about the many different ways of dating, from the most basic to the most advanced. And it'll show you some of the more "modern" dating techniques. From the most basic, such as flirting, to the more advanced, such as a naked picture. But the most important thing about this documentary is that you'll learn the truth about dating, and the truth about sex, as it relates to the past, the present, and the future. This is definitely a must see for anyone who's into dating and sex. I'd recommend it to anyone who's ever been through dating and sexual education, or has a friend who's been through dating and sexual education. This documentary is a must see for everyone.

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Andrea Mills

I am an admirer of John McEnroe and this documentary is one of his best efforts. From his incredible talent to the direction of his career. I was struck by the contrast of his life in Hollywood and his life in Alaska. He had to survive on a very limited budget and his time was divided between Alaska and California. He spent almost the entire summer of 1947 on the set of 'Salvador' (the movie that introduced him to America) and then he was on the set of 'Tootsie' for a month. I think his own opinions on this are important. His attitude and his method of success is very different than the way Hollywood works. He doesn't do it the same way. He had to survive. He had to make a movie that worked and it was a difficult task. He was in control of his success and he never wanted to lose it. He knew that Hollywood was not a business and that it was only a profession. He was a survivalist and he accepted that. He was not a movie star. He was a survivalist. I think this documentary is very important. I also think that if you really want to understand the way Hollywood works, you should see this documentary.

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Rachel Medina

As an avid fan of documentary movies, I thought this would be a great documentary on the making of the classic 1970s "Sex in the City". Boy was I wrong. The story of how the original film was made was told so well, that the documentary itself becomes a classic. The acting was great, the locations were beautiful, and the special effects were great. The story was told in a way that I thought would be easy to understand, and I was wrong. It was very interesting and I really enjoyed it. I'm surprised to say that I have never seen such a high rating. My vote is 10 out of 10. The way the film was made was amazing, and I wish the producers would have made it a great movie.

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Nathan B.

It is not often that you come across a film that is both so engaging and insightful. The focus of this documentary is on the art of documentary making. It is a difficult skill to master and one that often goes ignored. In this regard, the film shows that it is something everyone can learn from. It highlights some of the key subjects in the documentary, the process of making a film and the importance of collaboration. It also shows how some key subjects can not only inspire others to do the same, but help bring a greater depth to the field of documentary. I found the film to be both interesting and insightful. It was both entertaining and a bit frightening. However, it was also very well made. The interviews were interesting and the production value was great. I would recommend it to anyone.

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Olivia P.

This is a beautiful movie. I don't know why people call it a "smug-face-off." It's the reality of the age and culture of 1960's. The musical numbers are great and are sung by both the female and male groups. I don't know why people like to compare these two movies. I know that the Woman's Group was called "The Angry Women" and the male group was called "The Angry Men" but that's only because that's the way the band members acted. They did not say that the female group was "The Angry Women" and the male group was "The Angry Men" until the band members came to interview this movie in 2009. I don't think the movie is too biased or biased. I thought it was just as good as the 1960's. The music is great and it's very romantic. If you want to learn about the 1960's, this is a good movie. It's really not that bad. It's the reality. And if you don't like the 1960's, then don't go and see this movie. It's not really for you. The movie doesn't try to convince you to like the 1960's. It's just telling you what the people were like and what it was like.

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Tarantino was at his best in this documentary, and to say that this was one of the best films of all time is an understatement. It's an amazing movie that is as good as any of his other works, and it's not just because of the great performances. I'm not going to spoil it for you, but I'll say this: the music is as great as any of his other work, the production is phenomenal, the cinematography is amazing, and the editing is perfect. This is the best documentary I've ever seen, and you won't find another documentary that will do as good of a job as this. 10/10.

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I'm a huge fan of Jeremy Irons and I have seen all of his movies. But this documentary is simply a masterpiece. It's the best movie I have ever seen. I am still shaking with emotion from this. I think it is a true story and it is told very well. It's not like most other movies that people would watch and say "oh that was was like a documentary". It's not like that. It's just that it's the best movie I have ever seen. And you will love it. If you don't want to watch a documentary, don't watch it. But if you want to see a great movie, see it. This movie is brilliant.

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Sean Sanchez

I first learned about the cinema and movies of Frank Capra when I saw the 1958 version of The Sound of Music on a recent trip to the theaters. I was hooked, and watched that movie over and over again. I then decided to make my own copy of The Sound of Music, and watch it over and over again, and was delighted with the outcome. This movie, I recently watched, was produced and directed by a fellow named Tom Smith, and it was a movie that was shown on PBS. It was a very wonderful movie, and it is a movie that will make you want to make your own copy of it. I recommend it highly. I will definitely buy a copy and watch it over and over again. The film is very informative, and a great tribute to Frank Capra. This is an excellent movie. In my opinion, it is one of the greatest movies ever made. And it is a movie that I would like to have seen over and over again. I give it 10 out of 10.

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Shirley Dunn

Very moving documentary about the making of the first feature film for a major American studio. The film was shot in and around Hollywood, and was made by major stars like Jack Nicholson and Ben Affleck. It's a very realistic look at how it takes to make a film, and how much control a producer or director has over their films. It's very inspiring and informative, especially for those who are involved in making films.