Patti Smith: Dream of Life

Eleven years in the making, and shot mostly in 16mm black and white, director Steven Sebring began following rock poet Patti Smith as her career took an upswing in 1995 - the year she toured with her idol, Bob Dylan. Smith narrates as the film explores all aspects of her life from her lyrics, performances and artwork, through to her history, spirituality and philosophies on life. More than just a biopic, this is a rich tapestry reflecting the life of a woman who has lived life to the full.

Year: 2007
Genre: Documentaries, Music Capsule, Biography, Film Festivals 2008, Music Capsule
Country: USA
Director: Steven Sebring
Starring: Patti Smith, Philip Glass, Sam Shepard, Tom Verlaine, Jay Dee Daugherty, etc ...
Duration: 109 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
Location in store: Music Capsule



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