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90 min 2019

Chonda Pierce: Unashamed is a movie starring Paul Aldrich, Jeff Allen, and David Benham. Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce presents the third in her successful series of feature documentaries.

David Benham, Jason Benham, Jeff Allen, Paul Aldrich
Rick Altizer

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Rick Altizer
Writer Rick Altizer, Chonda Pierce
Stars David Benham, Jason Benham, Jeff Allen, Paul Aldrich
Country USA
Runtime 1H 30M
Description Stand-up comedian Chonda Pierce presents the third in her successful series of feature documentaries.

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Saturday, 06 Jun 2020 15:14

This is a very interesting documentary. There are no fluff pieces here. The director-writer, Roddy McDowall, presents a pretty straightforward account of a little known subculture in the early 1970s in the Los Angeles area. He does not go to great lengths to get into the history of the music or the people, but that is just as well because it is a story that is pretty much universal. In the end, the documentary comes down to a simple story of two people who make a lot of noise and a lot of money by working in a band called "The Cramps." The Cramps became famous in the late 60s and 70s for their loud and often violent rock songs and their other work, and they were also known for being "unashamed" about their music. For a few years they did not have a manager or a record label. In this documentary, McDowall talks to the Cramps and their manager about their early days, and how they became famous. There is some background information about the Cramps' history, but it is not overwhelming and is probably not even all that interesting. There is also some information about the band itself. For example, there is a good discussion of the Cramps' work in the 50s and 60s. The Cramps were a very large group, and one of their most famous songs was "The Boy Who Cried Woman," which they wrote and recorded in a studio in Los Angeles. However, the Cramps' fame did not last very long, and in the end they were not very popular. As for the band itself, they were really only famous for their music, but there were other things they did that were also really popular in the 60s and 70s. For example, the Cramps were also known for their wild, sexually explicit lyrics. This documentary is not really about the Cramps or their music. It is more about their lives. There are some very interesting things that come out of this documentary, and the Cramps' story is very interesting. However, the film is not really about the Cramps. It is more about the music and the people involved in the Cramps. This documentary is very much worth seeing, but I would recommend watching it only once. It is definitely a documentary that will be interesting to anyone who is interested in the music and the Cramps. However, I would not recommend watching it again. It is very much a one time thing.

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