Down and Out With the Dolls

Based around the fast rise and fall of an all-girl, four piece 1990s Portland, Oregon rock band, 'The Paper Dolls', as they to make it in the music world while dealing with romances, impending success, and their own petty jealousies. Outrageous and droll, and marked with an appreciation for the way aspiring musicians live and scrounge. This raunchy. wry and in-your-face depiction features numerous cameos by real-life rockers, including Lemmy Kilmister (Motorhead), Janice Tanaka (L7), Inger Lorre (ex-Nymphs) and Coyote Shivers.

Year: 2002
Genre: Drama, Music Capsule, True Stories, Biography
Country: USA
Director: Kurt Voss
Duration: 88 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains violence, offensive language and sex scenes.
Location in store: Drama



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