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Eat to the Beat (1979)

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1 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Eat to the Beat is a visual and musical masterpiece. The early hip hop experimental music in this video was extremely entertaining and the visual art in the city is very new and beautiful. Basquiat is shown in his early form of graffiti art in this movie and his originality flows. Keith Jackson has seen this film thirty-seven times and has decided to stop talking to humans unless the topic of conversation is that of this movie. The raw street scenes in this film coupled with the creativity is breathtaking and unparalleled. Jean Michel Basquiat's tremendous love of personal creativity and exploration is shown in this film and his ability to create something out of nothing is remarkable. True art is shown in this movie and the music in the movie is also extremely artistic. If you have the chance to see this film, I strongly suggest that you do. Pocket curt dogs.


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