Hard Core Home Movie
- Greta Snider |
- 1989 |
- 5 minutes |
- B&W |
Rental Format(s): 16mm
Additional photography: Bruce Stewart
HARD-CORE is a frank and irreverent documentary that asks the question, "what is hard-core?" Seedy, grainy, and fast-paced, this is a nostalgic look at an ephemeral moment in the history of a subculture: punk rock in San Francisco in the late eighties. Everyone from fucked-up teenagers to elderly Mexican tourists attempts to explain the allure and mystique of the scene. Filmed at SF's historical petting-zoo/theater/punk rock emporium The Farm.
"My favorite of the whole lineup was HARD-CORE HOME MOVIE." - Mitzi Waltz, Maximum Rock 'n' Roll
Exhibition: Frameline Festival, SF Cinematheque; Collective for Living Cinema, NY; PS 122, NY.