Iconoclast: Boyd Rice

2011
 
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Iconoclast: Boyd Rice
Not Rated WesselMania | Release Date: August 20, 2011
Summary: Boyd Rice may well be the only person alive who's been on a first name basis with both Charlie Manson and Marilyn Manson. His career has spanned more than three decades, during which time he has remained at the epicenter of underground culture and controversy. Rice first came to prominence in the 70's as one of the founders of the genreBoyd Rice may well be the only person alive who's been on a first name basis with both Charlie Manson and Marilyn Manson. His career has spanned more than three decades, during which time he has remained at the epicenter of underground culture and controversy. Rice first came to prominence in the 70's as one of the founders of the genre known as Industrial Music, and soon gained a reputation for live shows that were deemed the most abrasive, minamalist and loudest concerts ever staged (his shows regularly clocked in at 130 decibels, whereas a jet plane taking off was a mere 113 decibels). As early as 1980, he was already hailed as The Godfather of Noise Music. Larry Wessel's documentary, Iconoclast is a 4 hour long tour de force, 6 years in the making; an in depth expose of Boyd Rice's life, career, and personal obsessions. No mere documentary, Iconoclast is more of a roller coaster ride through the fevered mindscape of one of the most controversial and unique artists of the modern age. (Wessel Mania) Expand
Director: Larry Wessel
Genre(s): Documentary
Rating: Not Rated
Runtime: 240 min
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