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The Day the Country Died (2007)

Through interviews with major players in the anarchist-punk movement, DAY THE COUNTRY DIED explores the evolution of a genre. Those sharing their views include Colin Jerwood of Conflict, ... See full summary »

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Roy Wallace

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Cast

Credited cast:
Jon Active Jon Active ... Himself (Active Distro)
Petesy Burns Petesy Burns ... Himself (Stalag 17)
Francisco Carreno Francisco Carreno ... Himself (Conflict) (as Paco)
Gerald Evans Gerald Evans ... Himself (Flowers in the Dustbin)
Sean Forbes Sean Forbes ... Himself (Rugger Bugger)
Ian Glasper Ian Glasper ... Himself (Day the Country Died)
Kevin Hunter Kevin Hunter ... Himself (Flux of Pink Indians)
Dave Hyndman Dave Hyndman ... Himself (Hit Parade)
Colin Jerwood Colin Jerwood ... Himself (Conflict)
Steve Lake Steve Lake ... Himself (Zounds)
Colin Latter Colin Latter ... Himself (Flux of Pink Indians)
Dick Lucas Dick Lucas ... Himself (Subhumans)
Sean Mcghee Sean Mcghee ... Himself (Psycho Faction)
Zillah Minx Zillah Minx ... Herself (Rubella Ballet)
Rodney Relax Rodney Relax ... Himself (Alternative)
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Through interviews with major players in the anarchist-punk movement, DAY THE COUNTRY DIED explores the evolution of a genre. Those sharing their views include Colin Jerwood of Conflict, Penny Rimbaud of Crass, Zillah Minx of Rubella Ballet, and more. The release also includes live concert material. Written by mckraut13

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punk rock | anarchy | See All (2) »

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Documentary | Music

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Country:

UK

Language:

English

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