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Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco

Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco is a movie starring Joan Juliet Buck, Paul Caranicas, and Michael Chow. Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion...

Other Titles
Antonio López 1970: sexo, moda y disco, Antonio 70
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Documentary, Biography
James Crump
James Crump
Joan Juliet Buck, Tina Chow, Michael Chow, Paul Caranicas
Audio Languages
Deutsch, English, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion illustrator of 1970s Paris and New York, and his colorful and sometimes outrageous milieu.

Comments about documentary «Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco» (9)

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Wayne Davidson

The first half of the film is very entertaining and shows the rich history of the city of Bogota. It makes you want to go to this city again. However, the documentary is unfortunately, a bit repetitive. It is clear that they cannot show the history of this city, because the history is not "Venezuela" in the streets, but in the film. It is about what the United States did to this city, especially in the 80's. You can't really discuss what happened in Venezuela before the late 80's, because the same documentary was made in 1980, in Colombia. One thing that is interesting in the film is that these people went from "Viennese" to "Caracas" in the 80's, and that happened, not because they wanted to, but because they could. They were fleeing the horrible dictatorship in their country, or because of the repressive government. That is also something that is not mentioned in the documentary. What you can see in the film is the crisis of the country, that is very complicated and is still unsolved. One thing that is very difficult to understand is why the dictator who killed this city, and others like him, in the 80's, suddenly decided to build a new school in Venezuela. There is no explanation, and this is another thing that the film fails to explain. In the documentary, you can see that there is a link between this film and the one that was made about the mass rape and torture in the country. The first thing you have to do is to see the first half of this film. After you have watched the first half, it is a bit boring. In the documentary you are asking a lot of questions, but there is no real answers. This is the case with most documentaries. This is also the case with this film. There are too many questions that are asked that could not be answered. As I said, the first half is very interesting, but it is repetitive. You don't get to know any of the people in the city. You don't get to see their emotions, their culture, or what they think of the country. You don't know any of them. They are all too flat. This makes you not really understand them. It is not easy to have a conversation with these people. If you could watch this film in the first half, you would see that the second half is not that interesting, because you can just see all the strange things that are happening in the city. There is a lot of graffiti, there is lots of people that are in the streets, there is a lot of political events going on. You get to know more about the people. In

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Danielle Weber

An extraordinary documentary about the indie film industry and the personal lives of its members. It is a must see for anyone with a love for independent films. The documentary follows a group of filmmakers from across the world who make their film with their own hand-held cameras. They share their experiences and philosophies. Their main focus is the idea of self-discovery and discovery of one's self. The film follows the journey of one of the filmmakers, Jennifer Gallardo, a woman who is new to the indie film industry. It is a very fascinating journey of the journey of a film maker who never took her filmmaking seriously and wanted to make a good film. She is a highly intelligent, driven and dedicated young filmmaker. She speaks about her career and her personal life. As the documentary progresses, you learn more about her story. The film follows her self-discovery and personal life, her struggles with balancing a working life and making a film and her ideas about what the future of film could be. The film is full of fascinating insights into the industry, the film making process and the indie film community. The film contains interviews with great independent filmmakers such as Cameron Crowe, Wojciech Dobrojek, Guy Maddin and more. The documentary shows a group of independent film makers from across the world. They are made up of people from all over the world. They are from different age groups, genders and nationalities. The film also includes documentaries about the independent film industry and its people. They include interviews with the creators of movies such as Steven Soderbergh, Ron Howard, John Krasinski, James Gunn, Paul Haggis, David O. Russell, Ethan Coen, Doug Liman, Michael Haneke, Paul Thomas Anderson and more. The film also includes discussions and discussions about the indie film community. It includes discussions about filmmaking, self-discovery and the independent film community. The film also includes discussions about what makes a good film and the community of independent film makers. The film is a must see for anyone who loves independent films or is interested in film making.

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It was one of the most beautiful movies I have ever seen, the film is about the sexual revolution in 1970s Spain, but it also tells about the hypocrisy of the people at the time, the contrast between the society that is creating a new paradigm of equality for women, and the ones that support the revolution that made women in the 1970s homeless. The movie is based on a book, but the book is not necessary for the film, in fact the film is about the interview with the director who became a champion of the radical feminist movement. The film is also a "message film", that tries to explain the situation of the radical feminists that did not accept the revolution of feminism, they did not accept that the revolution has a hard reality of oppression and that they did not accept the fact that they were the minority in the society. I was really amazed and impressed by the movie, the people interviewed are now famous and have become good critics and writers of many books, but the people are still very much radical feminists that still want to achieve a better world, for the film it was about how a woman in Spain wants to be heard and her position and how she wants to be treated by the people around her. It is about a beautiful story about a revolutionary movement that wanted to become a reality, a society that wanted to change, a society that wanted to change the world.

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Greetings from Lithuania. It's great to see another great documentary. I don't think you can watch a film like this without being very touched by it. At first I felt a strong connection with the story. It's very interesting and touching. It's very clear that the protagonist had a dark background, but I didn't think of it as a negative thing, rather it was the way of his life and the way he lived. It's quite a strange story that some people find interesting. We can see his thoughts and feelings through his music. It's not a film for everyone, but if you are patient and you want to know about this person, this is the right movie. It's very well made. There are very good stories in here, but I really enjoyed the fact that they didn't show us anything with a camera. It's very hard to explain in a small words what it's like to be someone who has a dark past and it's hard to describe it in a film. But, this is a great movie for everybody. Very well made, it's easy to watch and it's a lot of fun. I'm not going to give a synopsis but I'm sure you will be affected by it.

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One of the most beautiful documentaries I have ever seen. If you want to know how to be a successful artist, this is a must see. I have the feeling that this documentary will make a mark in the future of cinema. This documentary is filled with tons of information about the history of the disco scene, but also with the great stories of the people involved. It also shows the history of the music and how it affected people and their art. I highly recommend this documentary.

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The sex-themed documentary about the life and times of pop-star, Antonio Lopez. The film takes you through his life from his humble beginnings as a child in Mexico, to his meteoric rise to fame and success. Along the way we are given interviews with his family, friends, and bandmates. We are also treated to many of his iconic songs, as well as some of his more controversial ones. The film also gives us an insight into the music industry of the time, and the way it was in general. I really enjoyed this documentary, and it is definitely worth a look.

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Ralph S.

I've never really understood the term 'disco' in reference to what we call disco, but it makes perfect sense. I'm not going to get into the details of what was going on in that era, but the subject matter is a really important one to tackle, and very much necessary to do so. Everyone from the old geezers to the new ones would benefit from seeing this film, and it will help a lot of people to better understand the influence of the music, the culture, and the era that this documentary discusses so well. It also helps in building a cultural connection to the music, and makes us think about our own lifestyles, our own feelings and motivations, and the impact that disco had on the way we live our lives today. In that sense, it's a really important documentary to watch. The acting, the interviews, the photos, the interviews with people who actually witnessed the first live performances of disco, the comments from people who witnessed the first live performances of disco, and the breakdown of the period in which this documentary is set, are all perfect. It's certainly not a film for everyone, but if you're a serious, passionate disco fan, it's definitely a documentary that deserves a watch.

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Jacob W.

This is the most powerful documentary I've ever seen. It's a shame it's not available on DVD. It's a must-see for anyone who's interested in the history of the sex industry, and how it's changed since the 1970's. The interviews with the women who have worked in the industry, and the men who have worked in it, are fascinating. The documentary is very well made, and the music is great. It's a great story of a time when sex was seen as a great freedom, and it's a great story of how the sex industry has changed since the 1970's. I hope that this documentary is released on DVD, because it would be a great addition to anyone's collection.

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Michael Cunningham

It's not a movie about the famous fashion designer, it's about fashion, and how fashion influenced the whole culture of the United States. I was amazed by the fashion history, and the way it's presented. The documentary has a lot of information about the fashion industry, the history of it, and about the design process, which is really interesting. This is a great documentary about fashion. It's a good lesson about the history of fashion, and about the design process, and about the way that people create their own style, and about the people who created fashion. It's a great documentary, and it's a must watch.