Feb 24 - Feb 26, 2006
Directed by Greg Whiteley
Rated PG-13, 75 min.
Underwritten by Align Spa & Melissa Puff Nibley & Frank Normile of REMAX Mountain Properties
This is an affectionate documentary portrait of Arthur ?Killer? Kane, the bassist for the legendary proto-punk band New York Dolls. The band?s mid-70s glittering career faltered leaving Kane empty after his brush with stardom. After hitting bottom, he rebounded thanks to his conversion to the Church of Latter Day Saints working for years at the LDS family library in Los Angeles. Kane?s unguarded, eccentric personality drives this bittersweet memento of a life filled with twists and turns.
An affectionate and winning portrait. - Time Out New York
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