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Friends Forever (2001)

Friends Forever (the band) never plays inside any rock clubs. Instead, they play inside their van outside the club to stunned bystanders. Nate (drums), Josh (guitar), Jen (their lighting ... See full summary »

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Nate Hayden ... Nate
Josh Taylor ... Josh
Jenn Keyser ... Gateaux, Jeannie
Jenn Kiser
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Maki Tamura ... Maki
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Friends Forever (the band) never plays inside any rock clubs. Instead, they play inside their van outside the club to stunned bystanders. Nate (drums), Josh (guitar), Jen (their lighting girl) and three dogs don?t think twice about traveling hundreds of miles across the country to play one 15-minute show in a loading zone. Friends Forever (the documentary) captures their smoke-spewing, generator-powered rock world, and the tour that has them crisscrossing the U.S. in search of the perfect parking spot. No audience is too small, or too baffled, to skimp on the performance when you?re on "a mission to save rock." Written by Ben Wolfinsohn <info@friendsforeverthemovie.com>

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One of the best art documentaries you'll ever see
15 July 2003 | by See all my reviews

You start out laughing at Nate and Josh because they're so stupid, but after 90-minutes, you get reminded that their "naive" motivations and their tactless tactics are the way IT IS SUPPOSED TO BE DONE, and the reason they look like idiots is because they're motivated by pure enjoyment of their "art" and not by the money and drugs and groupies that the rest of the world has been convinced is supposed to be the goal of the Rock Star. Besides being incredibly well-done and entertaining, this is a doc with a great DIYorDIE message. This isn't "just another untalented band" that "just happened to have a doc made about them" as many would believe. This is an unfortunately all-too-unique story that needs to be told.


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