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Bike Club (2006)

B.I.K.E. (original title)
Two filmmakers infiltrate an underground bicycle club.
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Credited cast:
Waugh Amanda Waugh Amanda ... Himself
Jennifer Bezak Jennifer Bezak ... Bez
Conrad Carlson Conrad Carlson ... Himself
Sam Carnival Sam Carnival ... Himself
Thomas Chaman Thomas Chaman ... Pleoavcee
Azalea Chapman Azalea Chapman ... Herself
Johnny Coast Johnny Coast ... Himself
Ryan Doyle Ryan Doyle ... Himself
Max Good Max Good ... Himself
Chris Hackett ... Hackett
Leo Haefemeyer Leo Haefemeyer ... Himself
Per Hanson Per Hanson ... Himself
Greg Henderson Greg Henderson ... Himself
Luke Houle Luke Houle ... Himself
Jake Houley Jake Houley ... Himself
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An exploration of the Black Label Bicycle Club and the wider tallbike subculture that has grown up around it. Comprised mainly of artists driven by anti-materialism and a belief that the impending apocalypse will render cars useless and bicycles in power, BLBC battles mainstream consumer culture and rival gangs for its vision of a better tomorrow. The film chronicles the trials of co-director Anthony Howard as he tries to become a member of the club Written by Anonymous

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Documentary

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

January 2006 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Bike Club See more »

Company Credits

Production Co:

Fountainhead Films See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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THE INFLATED TEAR
Written and Performed by Rahsaan Roland Kirk
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BIKE or the "FU" to society
3 September 2006 | by moviebrainrotSee all my reviews

I am not going to go into great detail about this film, but I will say that is not about a bike gang.

So, if that is what turns you off from seeing this movie,you will have one less reason to hate it.

The elements that make this movie work are the same elements that made films like "Woodstock" work. It is about society and living on twisted moral values. It contains a lust for rebellion, and it derives its social commentary unintentionally from the world around it.

A simple film that accidentally become much more.

Please see this film with an open-mind.


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