A product of the movement as much as an ode to it, the film is a gem because of the immaturity and intimacy that it shares with those featured in it.
The cultural time capsule doubles as a testament to the joys of outsiders bonding, with interviewees emphasizing how they finally felt like they belonged somewhere after years of asphyxiating alone on the fringe.
| Original Score: 4/6
Regardless of Rose's intentions, his underachieving airiness is both entertaining and perfectly fitting for the slacker ennui of his clique's rising years.
Aaron Rose and Joshua Leonard don't properly contextualize this mini-scene within the larger art world, nor provide basic background on their speakers.
| Original Score: 2/4
A celebration of Peter Pan-like spirits who felt the freedom to express themselves before anybody cared.
...suffers from an egregiously "inside" sensibility that ensures neophytes will periodically be left scratching their heads at the whole thing.
| Original Score: 3/5
| Original Score: 0/5