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SOUTHLANDER: DIARY OF A DESPERATE MUSICIAN 1

SOUTHLANDER: DIARY OF A DESPERATE MUSICIAN

SOUTHLANDER REVIEWED

“Southlander” is a movie about the LA music scene circa 2001. It’s kinda sad to see Elliot Smith and many others show up, but it’s also neat to see young Beck and Gregg Henry. The Southlander is a music magazine that hooks up amateur musicians and gig bands with equipment and job opportunities. After a Mellotron is stolen, young Rory Cochrane has to tear ass through LA to find his stolen instrument. The film is pretty basic, but it’s more of a Where’s Waldo for fans of scene music from that era. It’s a shame that the movie didn’t get much more attention upon initial release. Still, some success is better than no success.

SPECIAL FEATURES

  • Photo Gallery
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Commentary
  • Uncut Performances
  • Music Videos
  • Bonus Audio
  • Trailer

A/V STATS

  • 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
  • Dolby Digital 2.0

RELEASE DATE: 6/14/16

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