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Straight into a Storm

STRAIGHT INTO A STORM centers around DEER TICK's 2014/15 10th anniversary run in New York City. A portrait of a hard rocking band known for their live performances on their evolutionary journey to become one of the greatest cult rock bands of our time. Anchored by a fan chosen set list and New Year's Eve performance, the film weaves in and out of time over the last 10 years utilizing never before seen archive footage from their booze drenched early days to the successful touring/recording band they are now- and everything in between.

Other Titles
Straight Into a Storm
Running Time
1 hours 50 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Music, Documentary, Biography
William Miller
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about music «Straight into a Storm» (23)

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Sara Bell

This is a very compelling, and very sad, documentary about the life of Nick Cave, the British folk singer who was diagnosed with lung cancer in 2009 and died four days later at the age of 55. Nick was a very eccentric and idiosyncratic man who had an ability to make life bearable, but who also had a tendency to appear to be completely detached from reality. His music, though very important, was always in his own head, and his persona and voice never matched the person he was portraying on stage. As a musician, he had a very long career, and he was able to do everything he wanted in a range of styles, from rock to rock opera. The rock genre he was most known for was the English Civil War, which he had a very strong interest in. The documentary is an account of his life, both good and bad, and the documentary does a good job of making a very strong narrative out of it. It's also a bit too long, and while it doesn't have to be, it also can't be and should be shorter. But then, the documentary should be something that shouldn't be. In short, this is a very good documentary, one of the best I've seen, and one of the best documentaries I've seen. It's powerful, affecting and very good.

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Christina Bishop

Great documentary of a great musician who did a lot of work to create a type of music. It is an insight into a man who has had a very hard time keeping his life together, and now that he has found his musical passion, it seems like he never stops wanting to find ways to make music. After meeting with some of his friends, some of whom he thought were happy, he learns that they are not. He also finds out that most of the friends have moved on, but the ones he thought were happy are not. He starts to reflect on the life he is living and he wonders if he has become an addict. He tries to make music and eventually finds that the music that he has created is doing him harm. It is a sad thing to see a person who has been trying to make music for so long to be so close to the end. He ends up telling his story and he tries to help the people he knows to live their lives to the fullest. This is an excellent documentary for anyone interested in music.

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Christian H.

I was so impressed with this film that I just had to buy it for my collection. It is truly a moving story of the journey of two guitar players through the late 60's, the 1960's and the 70's. I could have watched it over and over again and never get bored of it. I highly recommend this film to everyone who has ever played the guitar, and to anyone who is a student of music or music history. I hope that this film will be available for purchase in DVD form, so that everyone can enjoy this film on their own terms. I can't wait to see it again!

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Debra H.

One of the most informative documentaries I have seen about Rock and Roll. The way in which these musicians were portrayed was unbelievable. The stories of some of the characters could have easily been not been included in the documentary. However, the one or two notable exceptions kept the film going. One of the highlights of this documentary was the music being played at the concerts. In addition, I would have liked to see more footage of the backstage scenes of these legendary musicians. Although, I feel that I should have known better, this is still a very interesting documentary. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to learn more about Rock and Roll. Also, it is very entertaining to watch.

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This documentary tells the story of the group NWA who became a worldwide force in the 80s and 90s, and how they all went their separate ways. They're the type of music that the music industry has become addicted to these days, and NWA has been on their backside for so long that it's not surprising that they've gotten tired of being a group. It's sad to see how much music has come to be a popularity contest, but it's also exciting to see how their reputation is so tarnished, and that the NWA they once made has become little more than a silly band who're a bit embarrassed to be associated with them. The story is told through the eyes of the main characters, and there's a real sense of love and respect for the group, which is quite heartwarming. The interviews with people who knew the guys from their early days, and the stories from their former bandmates, and the things that really happened behind the scenes are fascinating. It's a wonderful story, and I recommend it highly.

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I saw this documentary at a special screening at the Tribeca Film Festival. The film was divided into two parts. In the first part, the main characters discussed the reasons for their rock and roll lifestyle. They also discussed how they met and their families. The second part of the documentary was filmed in Iceland. It was filmed from the point of view of the band and what they did to survive. The only way they could survive was through music. One of the bands members gave a talk about the "I'm fine, you're crazy" reaction that the band's fans had when they first heard the band's music. This is the most interesting part of the documentary. It shows what is really important in life. If you want to know why you should go to college, or how you can be a better father or husband, then go watch this documentary. You will be surprised.

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Catherine R.

Stunning. Powerful. Unbearable. Deeply moving. Strongly recommended. Music plays an integral part in this story, and the artists at the heart of this film have chosen to bring the music into the story, bringing the story to life. The story of how the Rolling Stones recorded their first album in about 12 hours was gripping and, in the words of Mick Jagger, "one of the most important stories in rock history". The story of how an innocent family became a major celebrity and why the Rolling Stones became the global music icons they are today was powerful. The stories told here are universal, yet intimate and intense, and they touch on the highs and lows of the human spirit. The performances are top-notch. The directors and actors have captured the essence of each artist in their own way. I don't care if you're a musician, if you've never been in a band, or if you've been in bands but haven't been in a band, this film will give you an insight into the life of one of the most influential and popular bands of all time.

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Judith Harris

It's hard to believe that it's been ten years since he first embarked on the solo career. An important milestone was achieved with the release of his debut album, a classic which, although widely considered a disaster, gave King Crimson some of their best records to date. Ten years later, however, the story is hardly as neat. He has not finished a new album and it's hard to believe that his 20th anniversary will be celebrated in a single year. He has just been in the studio, working on his new album, and has completely taken the piss out of his critics. This documentary is excellent in two ways. Firstly, it is a great insight into the man, an insightful and humorous look at his life, his music, and his career. Secondly, it shows the road that led to the release of the most successful album of all time. In the end, it is a very honest and honest look at King Crimson. There is no mystery in his life, everything is clear and the path to success is pretty straight forward. The documentary starts by showing his early life and his childhood in Hawaii, then goes on to the days leading up to the release of the album, from the time he decides to go solo to the time he has to leave the band to do something else, and the ever-present demons he experiences. The end of the documentary is an incredibly powerful, inspirational speech that shows him as a person that has faced real challenges and still managed to achieve what he set out to do. He does this by telling his story through his music and the people that have influenced him. He gives us insight into the people that have inspired him and the way he has treated them. The documentary shows that the music was still very much there in his life, and there were no regrets about his decision. He still was making music, and when you have been in the music business for so long you naturally want to make money, and there was no doubt about it. King Crimson was still King Crimson. There is no question that this was a successful and successful career, but the story of it has had its problems. In a way, the documentary is a little bit of a disservice. It tries to cover a whole lot of ground but it doesn't really offer any insights into King Crimson's lives and the way he managed to get where he was. The documentary is actually quite good, but it is a little bit of a disservice to the man, because it doesn't really do anything to show what made him become the person he became. It's a little like someone telling you how good you are as a footballer, but then having a conversation about how difficult it is to play football, and then you actually say that you're a footballer. There is no great insight into how he became King Crimson, but there are some great stories about the people who inspired him, and some great stories about how King Crimson affected him. I think it is a shame that it didn't go further into the stuff that got him where he is now, but as long as it covers some ground, it's still an extremely enjoyable documentary.

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Sandra M.

I've watched a lot of music documentaries, but I've never seen a music video documentary like this. No question about it. This is the best film I've ever seen about music videos. If you want to know what it's like to be on the road, watch this documentary. If you want to know about the industry, watch this documentary. If you want to get a good education, watch this documentary. It has some funny bits and also some really educational bits. I've never seen such a movie about music videos before. I thought this was going to be just a collection of videos, but this was a really comprehensive film. I've never seen a movie like this before. This movie is so good because the director was very involved in the making of the documentary. I really recommend it.

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I like to think that there are people out there that could make a movie about every country that has ever existed, and still be entertaining. That's a tough task. Not too hard, is it? Well, I'm glad to say that all those people who are tired of being told what to do by the rest of the world are out there, and they're busy making a movie. Right now, this movie is playing in the United States. There are two things that I like about this movie: 1. As a person who loves to travel, I could definitely relate to the problems that the film explores. It's not that the situation itself is bad, but that people's reactions to it are. 2. The movie is about New Zealand. It shows the difficulties that the small country has to deal with, and the people that live in it. The problems that it has to deal with include its current state, as well as its past. The government has its hands full with the environmental issues, the tourism industry, and issues that affect the whole country. I was actually surprised to see that the New Zealand government actually invested in this movie. While it is true that the movie is no Hollywood production, it is still worth checking out. It is an interesting look at the environment of a country that is undergoing a lot of changes, and it also makes you think about what you do with the information you have, and what decisions you make.

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David S.

The fact that the filmmaker made the above quote is what made me give it 7 stars. First of all, the fact that this movie can make you go "hmmm" is one of the reasons that I wanted to see this documentary. One of the things that I noticed is that there are very few "mainstream" artists in the film, although you would think that with the aforementioned I'm in the minority. The other thing that I noticed is that the director seems to use a lot of video clips. One that I particularly liked was a song from the cover band called "Nacho" which is pretty good as a narrator. Another thing that I liked was the fact that the director made a point to use songs from some of the major American bands that you would never have heard of before. Lastly, the fact that he shows you many of the different types of styles of music, that you would only get to see in documentaries about the same subjects in other documentaries. Overall, this movie is a must see for those who love the music. It is a very interesting documentary that is well made and well narrated.

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Although a long time since I've seen this film, and though I've been interested in the topic for a few years, I decided to watch it again recently. I had no idea what to expect, but it was a movie that came on the night of a milestone in my life. I was in a hurry to catch the film, but just couldn't find it. I tried to call my local library to see if it was available on DVD, but there was no one there. Then I found the name on the back of the DVD case. It was in Russian, but it had English subtitles! I watched it in English, and I enjoyed the film. It made me appreciate what was going on in the world around me, and how the people were affected by the media. In my opinion, it's worth watching. It's an inspirational movie, and not just about the music. I can see myself doing a lot of things differently, and not because I'm trying to be a rock star, but because of the music I enjoy. I enjoyed the film, and would recommend it to others, who are interested in music.

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Denise P.

Shouts of "If you are a fan of rock and roll, you will love this movie!" from the beginning. Good music from the beginning to the end. But then again, it's not a documentary. It's more of a documentary on a concert. It's kind of a long concert. It's also a concert where you can literally get bored and wonder what is going on. As someone who has seen most of the concert and has probably lived the concerts, I know this is true. But I'm also a fan of Tom Petty, so I get this in a way. The movie is shot in a documentary style. The film is slow, but very much worth it. But I must say, it is kind of a short film. But it is really worth it. I hope you like the movie as much as I did.

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Mildred F.

Shouts of "If you are a fan of rock and roll, you will love this movie!" from the beginning. Good music from the beginning to the end. But then again, it's not a documentary. It's more of a documentary on a concert. It's kind of a long concert. It's also a concert where you can literally get bored and wonder what is going on. As someone who has seen most of the concert and has probably lived the concerts, I know this is true. But I'm also a fan of Tom Petty, so I get this in a way. The movie is shot in a documentary style. The film is slow, but very much worth it. But I must say, it is kind of a short film. But it is really worth it. I hope you like the movie as much as I did.

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Megan Robinson

This is one of those movies that is so great you know that it's an absolute gem. It was the first movie I ever saw and I've been a fan ever since. When I first saw it I couldn't understand the subtitles, I thought that it was the "language" of the day and I was glad that I wasn't the only one who didn't understand it. I've seen it again many times, and it's always a joy to see it. The story is interesting, there is a lot of music to listen to and the performances are great. Bill Murray is very good in this film and it was great to see him play a character like this. The characters are all very interesting and believable. The actors all have something to say about what they're feeling and the way they're looking at life. This film is a great companion piece to "Out of Africa", and I recommend it to anyone who's interested in seeing a great film about the African Diaspora. It's a story that you will not be able to forget. It's really nice to see a film that shows that there's life after all. If you are interested in this film, you should see it!

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Juan F.

I was excited when I heard this was coming out because of the work they did in getting the footage for this documentary, and the DVD release. The production is fantastic. It looks like a major film studio is behind this. There are interviews with several important figures in the documentary. The songs are great, the music and production is great. The interviews with all of the performers are awesome. The documentary is a must-see, because it gives you a great insight into what it was like to be a performer in that era. I think the audience should see the documentary. The music, the production, the interviews, the songs, and the people are great. The documentary is a must-see. It's a great look at what the world of the 1960's was like.

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Jennifer Bell

In the first few minutes of the film, we are introduced to a good-looking, athletic "Vin Diesel" (played by Charlie Sheen) as a young kid. We then see him in his early thirties as a big-time pro wrestler with a huge heart who loves the WWF and his family. We then see him as a young man who has lost everything to the depression and can't do anything about it. We see him as a loving father who is also suffering from his own depression. I would say that the film has a lot of truth in it and is worth seeing. But I think that what I really liked most about this film was the social commentary and the universal message that we are all affected by our lives and the decisions we make. This film is worth seeing and learning about.

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Marie E.

In an interview with Playboy, Robert Crumb, the creator of the Crumb comic strip, who died in 1986, said that he wasn't too impressed by the success of his movies, which he termed "comic books". This film is aimed at children, but it is not a movie for the adult, because the film is extremely graphic. One of the scenes involves a mouse that has its eye cut out and another involves a man's head being crushed with a hammer. This is not meant to be taken too seriously, although the film seems to portray it as a child's fantasy, but it is probably intended as a dark comedy. The film is done in black and white, as if it were a comic book, and Crumb has said that he was influenced by films like "The Seven Samurai". The voice of Crumb is provided by one of his daughters, but the film is not a children's film, and as such, has a PG rating. At the end of the film, there is a quote from a comic strip that makes it clear that Crumb is not endorsing it. "I was not so naive to believe that a comic strip could be translated into a movie. I was mistaken."

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Gary Ortega

Rainbow noir, jazz, jazz, jazz. This is a gorgeous film. The music is beautifully sung and the story is beautiful. It's a visual treat. All of the main cast is fantastic. The story itself is compelling and intriguing, and the cinematography is brilliant. It is wonderful that the film was shot in Houston and in an old jazz club. You can see the light reflecting off the mirrors. It's very poetic and at the same time very real. The only real drawback I had with the film is that the music isn't as good as the music from the actual film. The music is very good, and the dancing is really nice. I think the musicians should have been in the film, because they are much better musicians than the ones who performed in the film. The film was also a great story that I think everyone should see. I highly recommend it.

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Film is a must see. What a band's life it was. Seeing that picture as a kid, it's great to see how that little band became one of the biggest bands in the world. The video looks real good. The interview with Keith Richards is excellent. The documentary does a good job of telling the story of Led Zeppelin and how they were able to get together. They could not have gotten together without Jimmy Page. Keith Richards was really a person who lived for the music, and Zeppelin is a perfect example. The first one was the band that got started, but the second one made the record. Led Zeppelin was really big and did great music for their first record. The music was there and the way they made it was really interesting to watch. Seeing their whole life history was very interesting. They are a little bit older now, but still do a lot of the things they did in their younger years. So many times the music is more important than the people who made it. I enjoyed this movie. I just really enjoyed the music. It really was a band's life. I just really loved the music. You can see that the band members did not really have family and friends around them. So many times they just sat around and listened to music. The way they played music was really interesting and I could relate to them. I also really liked seeing the early videos of them. I really enjoyed seeing the video of the album and the music videos. They had an amazing video career and were a great band. I loved the band for their music and I really loved seeing their history. I hope you see this as a great film. It's a must see for anyone who enjoys rock and roll. I really enjoyed the documentary.

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The movie doesn't delve into much detail about what motivated the Weathermen to storm the White House. However, the movie gives a good insight into the personal lives of some of the Weathermen. Most of the actors in the film were chosen for their physical likenesses to the Weathermen, which made the acting scenes more convincing. The movie has some political issues about how the government should be run, and I think that this movie did a good job of depicting that. It also showed the differences in attitude between the Weathermen and the people they were trying to disrupt. Also, I found it to be interesting to learn about the politics of the 1980's in New York City, which is usually not considered a political hotspot. I was also surprised that most of the Weathermen in the movie are white. I've never known that until I heard it from the movie. Also, the movie did a good job of showing how much the Weathermen were driven by their ideals, which also makes it more believable. I think that the movie was also good because it showed that the Weathermen weren't just trying to make a change in the government, but that they were trying to change the country as well. The movie also showed that the Weathermen didn't just want to disrupt the government, but to change it. They also showed that the Weathermen believed that the government should be run by the people, not the other way around. Overall, I thought that this was a good movie. It was well-made, the acting was good, and it gave a good insight into the life of the Weathermen.

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Lawrence Scott

The movie is about a young up-and-coming rock star named Ryan Adams (played by Justin Timberlake) who goes to New Orleans to meet up with his old band. What he does not know is that the band is disbanding and that he is basically the only person left. When Ryan tries to get the band back together, he gets into a lot of trouble. The story is pretty good. I have to say that I liked the movie. I think that the most impressive thing about the movie is that it really showed how good a rock band can be. The movie was very inspiring and gave us a lot of positive information. I really recommend this movie.

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Christine P.

Most people can't say that this film was a waste of their time. The most-talked about movie of the year, it was, I think, very well done. What could've been a more artistic and provocative film was changed into an art-house documentary that was more art-house than art-house. I think it's one of those things that a lot of people didn't like, but in the end, the director did a really good job of showing the true story of what happened and how this film got such a good reception. The story is told in a really great way, and the director doesn't really "give away" too much, which is a good thing. A lot of people were very upset about the fake scenes and stuff like that, and I guess they are a bit upset that they are missing the real message of the film. What I can say about this film is that it was a really good movie, and it showed the real story of the real musicians and the real "music" that was made by them. I think it's a good movie and you should give it a shot. 7/10