Died Young, Stayed Pretty Movie Trailer


Currently on a winding tour of the nation’s universities, Died Young, Stayed Pretty is a doc about the faceless artists and personalities responsible for the modern day rock poster and maintaining its relevance as a populist artform. The trailer below ebbs in and around a central theme of the film: this is a subculture that seemingly had very little organization, correspondence, and insider-identity before the web came along. After that, these artists, dare we say normal people, fled to one another and soon began experimenting with bold sexual acts and illegal substances attributed to many of their subjects. Actually, no. It appears they just met inside workshops and at picnic tables to debate the ubiquity of octopi and the color pink in their oft-hipsterized medium. For some reason, the shoegazer-styled trailer makes lowkey human discussion enticing

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