The Hand of Fatima (2009)
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Has a combination of personal history and glorious music that is deeply compelling.
The Hand of Fatima tries to understand the '60s-bred hunger for ecstasy, pursued through music and drugs.
Succeeds in shedding kaleidoscopic light on both the man and the music.
Like so many before her, Augusta Palmer treats her hosts with overstated reverence, which is a shame: Somewhere in this scenario lies a very funny, very strange indie comedy.
All the slapdash animation, stock footage, fake Robert narration, and cred-boosting testimonials here (Yoko Ono, Donovan, Genesis P. Orridge) offer less insight than father Palmer's own book-turned-doc Deep Blues.
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