Last Days Here

Synopsis: Documentary follows Bobby Liebling, lead singer of seminal hard rock/heavy metal band Pentagram, as he battles decades of hard drug addiction and personal demons to try and get his life back.
Production: IFC Films
  1 win & 4 nominations.
 
IMDB:
7.5
Metacritic:
71
Rotten Tomatoes:
86%
NOT RATED
Year:
2011
91 min
$6,695
Website
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[distorted guitar ringing]

[feedback whining]

[gentle orchestral music]

[metal jingling]

- [muttering indistinctly]

Everything I have in here

you see is one of a kind

This stuff's all chiffon stuff

This stuff's my fancy stuff

I bought these in 1 967

and they're still brand-new

They got great big==

they're low hip-huggers right?

They come down here

And they got great big bells

on 'em man

These are nice leather ones

They're real soft

Feel the leather on those

They're soft

They feel good don't they?

I like a lot of paisley shit

you know

I still got a lot

of paisley shit

and it's all in

perfect condition

These are all

my stage clothes

and I only wore these like

once in a while

because when I used to play

I was saving them

for when I got big

And that never happened

so I saved 'em forever

- So what are his prospects?

Because he keeps giving me

these rosy scenarios

and I don't know

what to believe you know?

- What does he tell you

specifically?

- Well like one thing

I know is a delusion

is that he's going in

the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

this year or next

[laughs]

I like him to have a dream

though you know?

If he didn't have a dream

he's liable to kill himself

- Are you really gonna do this

as a documentary?

I could go out and play

- I get nervous

You know what I mean?

- Hmm?

- I get nervous that

- Everybody does

He does

They're afraid I'm gonna die

That's okay

I won't

If you guys want me around

I'll stick around

- Please

- If you really do

I mean that in my heart

I mean if you want me around

I'll stick around

For just guys like you guys

[birds chirping]

- I was at a record show

with my girlfriend

and um I found like this==

all this rare stuff

that I totally wanted

And then I was just looking

through one last bin

and I saw the original

Pentagram record

It was just a purple logo

against black

It kind of looks like garbage

on the front

You turn it around

and there's this like

scary-ass picture of the band

I was with my girlfriend

at the time

and we were just like

crazy record collectors

and just go blow all our money

on records and beer

and then just have like

Friday and Saturday night

listening to records

[hard rock music]

Man as soon as we put that

on the turntable

that's like nothing

I'd heard before

Really I mean it was just

so f*cking heavy

This was the only Pentagram

that was released

and the only one I knew of

I thought this was the beginning

of Pentagram

I was working

at an indie record label

and I was telling everybody

about it that I knew

and someone said

"Oh yeah man

"I get stuff no one's even

heard about before

from the '70s

heavy hard rock"

[music slows to a stop]

I was like

"Come on how can this be?"

I was obsessed with this band

So he brings in this CD-R

Here it is man

a record that literally

changed my life

I couldn't wait you know

just to get out of work

and go home and listen to it

At that point

I was riding a bike to work

and I remember just riding home

as fast as I could you know?

Just like a little kid

from school

I rolled a joint==

it was a special occasion

I rolled a big joint

[lively drumbeat]

And that first song

Forever My Queen,

I mean

just f*cking phenomenal

[heavy metal music]

- I'm running away

with myself

I think I ran

a little too far

Your love is more than

a tease

- I couldn't believe it

Some of the best hard rock

I've ever heard

I mean lyrically

his vocal delivery

Just the guitar in it

was out of control

I mean for the early '70s

I couldn't believe it

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