Synopsis: A documentary on the life and career of revered heavy-metal musician Lemmy Kilmister.
Production: Lemmy Movie
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116 min

"Oh, that's LA. La-La land."

Or whatever they call it.

"It's a land of pretentious people,"

and all that kind of thing.

There's a real weight to this town.

There's a real history to it.

I think it's got a lot more balls

than a lot of big cities, frankly.

Lemmy looks like an LA rocker to me.

He's just got that thing about him.

He's got the part

that's combination biker-musician,

or guy that works at the car wash.

He's got that old-school LA look.

He doesn't change it,

and I don't think it was created.

That's the good part of LA.

It's the people that don't try to be.

I was in bands as a kid,

and I came to California to do that.

This cat I knew wanted me to come

to an acting class, so I went.

Next thing you know,

I was in some theatre group.

I realised I was making a little bit

of money doing acting so I stuck with it.

No, I doubt we get it this day and time.

I always figured my music is very popular,

I must be doing something wrong.

Yeah, me too.

I grew up in that.

Oh, yeah, it's great...

Oh, I'm telling you...

Oh, yeah...

I worked with him once on a TV show.

He was there.

He pulls up in an old Cadillac,

and all these guys get out in suits

and everything.

And he met my son.

My son at the time was only like

three or four, you know.

And Little Richard goes, "Hey, baby!"

And I told my kid, I go,

"Hey, Willie, listen.

"It's OK to talk to this cat,

but don't sit on his lap!"

Lemmy is like

a fucking radioactive cowboy.

Hard-rock Johnny Cash.

- A biker.

- World War II chic!

- He's Black Bart meets Mad Max.

- He's Captain Hook.

A bit of cowboy, a bit of metal,

a bit of rock and roll.

He would be the perfect description

of my dream dude, for sure.

Lemmy's look is something

that is probably a little cultivated

from back in the '50s,

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