The Velvet Underground., Apple Original Films and Polygram Entertainment present ; in association with Federal Films ; a Motto Pictures and Killer Films production ; directed by Todd Haynes ; produced by Todd Haynes [and 5 others], DVD/Widescreen
The work The Velvet Underground., Apple Original Films and Polygram Entertainment present ; in association with Federal Films ; a Motto Pictures and Killer Films production ; directed by Todd Haynes ; produced by Todd Haynes [and 5 others], DVD/Widescreen represents a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Haverhill Public Library.

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  • VCuI-c-zJPE
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  • The Velvet Underground., Apple Original Films and Polygram Entertainment present ; in association with Federal Films ; a Motto Pictures and Killer Films production ; directed by Todd Haynes ; produced by Todd Haynes [and 5 others], DVD/Widescreen
Main title
  • The Velvet Underground.
Responsibility statement
  • Apple Original Films and Polygram Entertainment present ; in association with Federal Films ; a Motto Pictures and Killer Films production ; directed by Todd Haynes ; produced by Todd Haynes [and 5 others]
Language
  • eng
Summary
  • Emerging from the primordial soup of glamour, gutter sleaze, and feverish creativity that was New York₂s 1960s underground culture, the Velvet Underground redefined music with its at once raw and exalted blend of experimentation and art-damaged rock and roll. In his kaleidoscopic documentary The Velvet Underground, Todd Haynes vividly evokes the band's incandescent world: the creative origins of the twin visionaries Lou Reed and John Cale, Andy Warhol's fabled Factory, and the explosive tension between pop and the avant-garde that propelled the group and ultimately consumed it. Never-before-seen performances, interviews, rare recordings, and mind-blowing transmissions from the era's avant-garde cinema scene come together in an ecstatic swirl of sound and image that is to the traditional music documentary what the Velvets were to rock: utterly revolutionary
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  • videorecording
Intended audience
  • Rating: R
OCLC Number
  • 1347765062
Runtime
  • 120
Series statement
  • Criterion collection, 1164
Target audience
  • adult
Technique
  • live action
Version
  • DVD/Widescreen
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