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Metal: A Headbanger's Journey
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Metal: A Headbanger's Journey

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The story of a 30-year old scientist who pursues to study a distinctive culture, one he has been ever a part: the culture of heavy metal. He has a trip to discover the reason why this music is loved by a lot of people. He realizes that metals' obsession with controversial issues: sexuality, religion, violence and death.
Actors: Michel Langevin,
Michel Langevin
Michel Langevin
Pamela Des Barres,
Pamela Des Barres
Pamela Des Barres 9 September 1948, Reseda, California, USA
Kim McAuliffe,
Kim McAuliffe
Kim McAuliffe
Gaahl,
Gaahl
Gaahl 7 August 1975, Norway
Gavin Baddeley,
Gavin Baddeley
Gavin Baddeley
Sam Guitor,
Sam Guitor
Sam Guitor
Robert Ezrin,
Robert Ezrin
Robert Ezrin
John Kay,
John Kay
John Kay 12 April 1944, Tilsit, East Prussia, Germany [now Sovetsk, Russia]
Dee Snider,
Dee Snider
Dee Snider 15 March 1955, Massapequa, Long Island, New York, USA
Malcolm Dome,
Malcolm Dome
Malcolm Dome
Angela Gossow,
Angela Gossow
Angela Gossow 5 November 1974, Germany
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Genre: MusicalDocumentary
Director: Scot McFadyen ,
Scot McFadyen
Scot McFadyen
Sam Dunn
Sam Dunn
Sam Dunn
Country: United States
Release: 2005
IMDb: 8.1
Quality:
Duration: 96 min
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CRITICS OF "Metal: A Headbanger's Journey"
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Salt Lake Tribune

April 21, 2006

The movie is woefully short on concert footage, which could have shown us the power of metal instead of just telling us.
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New York Post

April 21, 2006

It'll make you want to dig out your Whitesnake T-shirt. It might even convince Tipper Gore that heavy metal thunder is all in good fun.
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eFilmCritic.com
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October 20, 2007

Brings on a variety of eloquent voices from both the fanbase and the gods of metal themselves.
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Deseret News, Salt Lake City
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April 21, 2006

A film that manages to be intelligent without being boring, making it one of the better music documentaries in recent memory.
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Urban Cinefile
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November 10, 2006

The success of Dunn's film in support of heavy metal music might be the result of not offering the audience too much music
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Boston Globe
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May 12, 2006

The metal scene emerges throughout the documentary as the recruitment center of an army of misfits, where the outcasts of the world can seek each other out based on their love of the angsty, eardrum-destroying tunes their parents warned them about.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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April 13, 2006

Full of splendid social and psychological insights.
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Empire Magazine
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May 06, 2006

A documentary that preaches to the converted if ever there was one, but Dunn's enthusiasm for the subject and the range of pretension and humour of his interviewees makes for fun viewing.
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Houston Chronicle
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April 14, 2006

A lightweight fanboy valentine for ostensibly heavyweight music.
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BBC.com
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May 06, 2006

Enjoyable whether you're a fan of the music or not.
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Los Angeles Times
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April 13, 2006

Interviews with metal practitioners such as Tony Iommi, Alice Cooper, Rob Zombie and Dee Snider, journalists and academic types paint a compelling portrait of a vibrant society of outsiders.
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