We know him as Iggy Pop, but his mom knows him as Jim Osterberg and Jim Jarmusch, Incidentally, a great director of very good films, has invited him to a secret location, to him about Iggy Pop and the Stooges, their legendary and absurd stage performances and, indeed, on the Commune, in the band lived and worked, to chat. One can actually go out in all of them, that is an extremely interesting documentation with very interesting people and a very exciting band, the Jarmusch himself "The greatest rock'n'roll band ever" lists. The film is set in New York and Detroit on 28. come October in the cinema, before the 4. November entire US&A conquered. but in our latitudes it is unfortunately only on 27. April 2017…
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