The crew had to clean Lemmy's kitchen to shoot the shot of Lemmy making breakfast cause Lemmy didn't want to do it or to shoot in a dirty kitchen. See more »
Metallica is seen playing at Lemmy's birthday in 1995, with the venue on screen referred to as "The Whiskey." As the venue is actually called the "Whisky-a-Go-Go," it should be spelled "Whisky," not "Whiskey." See more »
More than any other rock musician, he is the baddest motherfucker in the world.
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German version was cut by ca. 7 minutes to remove all sights of Lemmy's collection of Nazi memorabilia. See more »
The film I felt really captured the essence of who he is what he is about and how he go's about doing what he does. When you watch normal doc's the interviews feel stale and bland, but everyone in this film is almost worshiping at the altar of Lemmy Kilmister and as well they should. It follows a nice flow throughout and does a great job of covering his early career and life up to what he is doing now. A portrait of a every day man who just happens to be an extraordinary musician. If you don't know who he is you should watch this and get to know him a bit. The best part is that none of it get's cheesy and overly sentimental. It's just him and that's it.
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