Documentary - 86 minutes
"Average Community" follows filmmaker and ex-punk rock drummer Fred Zara on a 900-mile journey back to his hometown to confront his troubled past and the some of troubled people in it, in the hopes of understanding how the person he was made him into the person he is.
Fred is joined by his two older brothers, one a disheartened New York journalist, the other a free-spirited Seattle musician, as he reunites with old friends, revisits painful memories, and tries to make sense of what it meant to grow up in a dying city.
Average Community played at film festivals and for sold out crowds all across the country.
The DVD includes loads of extras including a music video and deleted scenes.
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However, even staying in the scene for most of the next 25 years, I still look back on this period and I'm more than a little confused by the company that I choose to keep. That's a personal question and that isn't about punk rock. This film doesn't hide that behind vintage footage of famous bands and one lines quotes of punk rock icons but digs into the meat of the question. Why?
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