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Punk: Attitude is a documentary by contemporary director Don Letts. The film explores the "punk" revolution, genre and following from its beginning in the mid 1970's up to its effect on modern rock music and other genres. The cast is a veritable list of alternative musicians and directors offering their opinions on what may have been the largest music revolution ever. The film was officially released on the 25th of April 2005 at the Tribeca Film Festival in the U.S.A. Reviews have generally been favorable with an average of 3.5 - 4 stars with many people commenting on the accuracy and approach of the film. The film begins showing the roots of punk music with many views on various artists and genres who accentuated the beginning of the genre, like the MC5 and the Velvet Underground. Punk: Attitude then proceeds chronologically to sort through the various artists and alumni who were central to the movement, drawing light on the general idea or "Attitude" of the punk movement, which...
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