Punk's Not Dead (2007)
Critic Consensus: Susan Dynner's Punk's Not Dead is a thrilling and ambitious overview of the history and resilience of punk music, featuring interviews with an array of the genre's outspoken godfathers.
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Even the title sounds like a hardheaded comeback to a proclamation nobody made.
Susan Dynner's documentary about the past 30 years of punk music doesn't exactly break any new ground. But it does offer an entertaining overview that is leavened with humorous philosophical digressions.
Poor punk. Such a bundle of complexes, most of them encapsulated in the needlessly defensive title of Susan Dynner's documentary Punk's Not Dead.
The movie covers a lot of time and territory, and some of its questions are great ones. (The biggest, for true punks: Is getting a big record deal a sign of ultimate success, or final defeat?)
About as in-your-face and raggedy as its subject, Dynner's film is really less of a history than a psychological profile, rooting around for the meat of what makes punk so resilient, cross-generational and communal.
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