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The movie was produced by Jen Gatien, its subject's daughter, so its agenda should be fairly obvious. But it's an engrossing story nonetheless.
Depending on your age, Limelight could make you nostalgic for those bad old days - and sort of glad you'll never be able to relive them.
Watching Limelight, about the rise and politically engineered fall of onetime Manhattan nightclub kingpin Peter Gatien, is like looking through a family album: If you're in the family, you might be interested.
Gatien's story is worth telling. Which makes it all the more unfortunate that director Billy Corben presents it in such a methodical fashion.
Limelight offers a few moderately enlightening interviews and a lot of candy-colored lights.
Transporting as it is, this doc leaves a bad taste in your mouth, if just for the ill will it drudges up.
This documentary film about the rise and fall of big nightclubs is a cautionary tale about the abuses of police power as well as a tale of two completely conflicting conservative political policies relating to the regulation of businesses.
Couldn't be more sympathetic to the much maligned Gatien.
An engaging story which includes corruption, murder, drugs, violence and the right to party.
[VIDEO] You can't relive the heady days and nights of Manhattan's club scene, but you can soak up some of the flavor. You'll also get a crash course in the city's muscle of political corruption that seems to increase with every passing year.
Limelight joins an ever-growing movie and book library about the glory days of New York club life.
lifts the entertaining veil of smoke and mirrors only to uncover an oligarchy turning the screws on an unknowing body politic
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