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Warriors of the Discotheque: The Feature length Starck Club Documentary (2011)

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A documentary about the legendary and notorious Starck Club in Dallas, TX. The Starck Club was world renowned designer Philippe Starck's first major design in North America. In addition, it was ground zero for the popularization of the dance drug MDMA, aka ecstasy. Written by Anonymous

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In a time when guyliner was cool and ecstasy was legal!

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Boring feature about the good ol' times
26 December 2015 | by (France) – See all my reviews

This is a very boring feature about some people getting older and remembering the good old times. And their frustrated dreams of "kids today don't know what we had" make the story even more disgusting. Not much of archive footage, more like a few amateurish photos. And some twenty minutes into the film they end up the talk about the wonderful club up into their dreams as the real thing does not exist anymore. And another ten minutes into the film I keep losing the point of the silly mix of phrases from various oldish that want to show me they have been something and I wonder: if things were so good, why people are not making it again? Society does not go by aligning planets and the laws are made by balding, pot bellied people just like the ones in these interviews. So some time after 50 minutes of boredom I decided this is a plain waste of time. I admit it was something important in the life of the deadbeats featured. But for me it meant nothing. Bad documentary. Bad idea.


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