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Her hair is scraggly, and she has a long, homely face.
The deleted scenes are gems and the interview with Jackson Smith, son and heir to the legacies of both Patti as well as the late Fred Sonic Smith.
In the case of this documentary, in order to appreciate it you'd have to understand the circumstances in which it was made.
What a gentle heart. What a resilient mind. What a beautiful journey.Published 3 months ago by Frances
This is a great sampling of moments from roughly eleven years of Patti's life and musical explorations and if you really like her you'll chuckle, feel sorrow, admire her influences... Read morePublished 7 months ago by dwall
One thing I have discovered over the years about many people who write reviews here, is that unfortunately many of them wouldn't know the art of writing a fair and accurate review... Read morePublished 22 months ago by Quadro Sinead Summer
if you love patti smith as much as i do you will love this documentary.
she comes across as this mean, angry militant, but when she goes home to visit her parents she becomes... Read more
Sorry if I get any of you riled by my review, but here goes. As background, I grew up w/ Patti Smith, bought Horses on vinyl from Korvettes immediately when it came out. Read morePublished on October 11, 2011 by Suzinne Barrett
The first chapter and last chapter in the movie would not do a video synch on either to two players on my computer, giving a coarse multicolor changing grid instead of a coherent... Read morePublished on July 25, 2011 by Dwight N. Rousu
Sweet, honest, and genuine Patti Smith...Her poetry flows throughout this lovely tribute to her dear friend Robert, their intensely complicated relationship, and their youthful... Read morePublished on March 31, 2011 by MARIE KAZ
This is a great film for die-hard Patti Smith fanatics but it won't convert or illuminate anyone else. Read morePublished on November 16, 2010 by Kurt Steele
So, what is Patti's dream?
A reviewer hardly caught it during circa two hours comprehensive, music-rich doco of a singer-activist.