CIMMFest 2011: Color Me Obsessed
Documentary, USA, 123 min., Chicago premiere
Directed by Gorman Bechard
Color Me Obsessed is not a film about the Replacements, but about loving the Replacements. There's not a single 'Mat in the film, nor a note of their music, but that's the genius of Bechard's film. Instead, we hear the story of that brilliant, self-destructive foursome from people who loved them, from Hüsker Dü and Colin Meloy to Dave Foley and George Wendt. How do you make a film about someone who's not involved? This is how. In person: Gorman Bechard.
WPAC, 2215 W. North Ave., Friday, April 15 at 6:30pm
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Wicker Park Arts Center
2215 W North Ave
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