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

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'The Tandoori's under attack! '

'Loveline is meant

for an adult audience.

'Loveline may contain

sexually oriented content.

'Listener discretion is advised.

Loveline starts now.'

'And it is Loveline.

Again that number is 1-800-LOVE-191.

'Very exciting evening today.

Why don't you introduce our guest? '

'A little guy

who started off his career

'in the space-rock band Hawkwind

many years ago.

'But you probably know him best

'as the only static member

of a band called Motrhead.'

The image of his silhouette

holding that Rickenbacker bass,

that alone is enough

to put shivers up my spine.

I'm talking about the man sitting

next to me, musical icon Lemmy.

Ah, you romantic fool!

The man's the modern Jesus.

He's fucking Jesus Christ.

Motrhead is my life.

Without Lemmy,

there'd be no Motrhead.

There wouldn't be any

of the heavy metal we have today.

Rock and roll is Lemmy.

Lemmy is rock and roll.

Rock and roll!

D Hey, babe, don't act so scared

d All I want is some special care d

If I hear Motrhead,

I will bang the whole time!

Lemmy is God.

If they drop a nuclear bomb

on this planet,

Lemmy and cockroaches

is all that's going to survive.

D Move over for a damage case

d Hey, babe, wait a minute, stop d

Hey, everybody, it's Loveline.

Lemmy from Motrhead in the house.

Mike Catherwood paying homage.

You know it.

Current CD is Motrizer.

Came out last year.

It's the 24th CD from Motrhead.


Yeah, it amazed me, all right!

did you think you'd be 25 albums in?

You don't think like that.

You think two years.

You just wanna play

with a couple of guys, that's all.

- And then it goes on and on.

- And on!

Is it true that over 2,000 women

you've bedded?

No. The magazine printed that.

I said 1,000.

Yeah. That's still pretty impressive.

Not really.

I've never been married and I'm 63.

Work it out. It's not many a year.

- I like how he thinks!

- Jason's calling from Canada.

'Lemmy, it's an honour

to be talking to you. A true legend.

'I have two quick questions for you.

'Basically, I'd like to know what

are your musical influences today.

'The other is your favourite place

to play a gig.'

I don't mind where we play

as long as they go, "Hooray."

'Lt's cool you're still rocking today

and keep up the good work.'

I will. Don't forget, I'm not qualified

to do anything else!

'The other question was

what are your musical...? '

- Influences, yeah.

- He anticipates that one!

Your influences are the same when

you're my age as when you were 20.

The first things you hear that

really knock you out stick with you.

You're never gonna hear

any music better than that.

So it was Little Richard,

The Beatles, Elvis, you know.

All that good old stuff, you know.

Where were you

when you heard that stuff?

The first time I saw The Beatles

they hadn't made a record yet.

- You saw them?

- At the Cavern in Liverpool, yeah.

- What was that like?

- It was magic. They were magic.

Did you think, "This is going to be

the greatest rock band?"

Yeah, kind of. I did, because

these girls would come down.

I lived in this holiday resort place

in north Wales,

and these girls from Liverpool

would come down.

It was this singer called Billy Fury.

They were all crazy about him.

And then one year it all changed.

There was this Beatles thing.

So we hitchhike up to Liverpool,

and they were monstrous.

They were, like, perfect.

Everybody thinks The Stones

were the hard men

and The Beatles were the sissies,

and it's the opposite.

The Beatles were from Liverpool,

and The Stones

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