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Watch Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco

(291) 6.5 95 min 2017

Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco is a movie starring Joan Juliet Buck, Paul Caranicas, and Michael Chow. Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion...

Starring
Paul Caranicas, Joan Juliet Buck, Tina Chow, Michael Chow
Genres
Documentary, Biography
Director
James Crump

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles 日本語  Čeština  Português  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary, Biography
Director James Crump
Writer James Crump
Stars Paul Caranicas, Joan Juliet Buck, Tina Chow, Michael Chow
Country USA
Also Known As Antonio 70, Antonio López 1970: sexo, moda y disco
Runtime 1H 35M
Description Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion illustrator of 1970s Paris and New York, and his colorful and sometimes outrageous milieu.

Top reviews

Saturday, 27 Jun 2020 22:13

Sleeping with the Enemy (1 & 2) is a study in the rise and fall of a man, two different versions of the same man. In one version he's an imprisoned priest with a failed marriage. In the other he's an idyllic playboy. In the first movie, he's a pompous, arrogant person who says things like, "It's okay to fuck a pig!" and "Women are full of insecurity." And, in the second, he's a down-and-out playboy who says the same thing. The problem is, they are two very different men. You can't watch this movie and really get an idea of what Antonio Lopez was all about. The two versions are really two different perspectives on the same man. This makes it difficult to really get a sense of what he was about, what he thought, what he was like. If you're going to watch this, you'll be forced to watch both versions to understand him better. The DVD has some very interesting extras. You get interviews with fellow inmates, a message from Lopez's wife, a fan of his, and a documentary about the documentary "Bunny". This documentary is an hour and a half long and only a few minutes are dedicated to each interview. I had a lot of trouble following the interviews, mostly because the quality of the sound is so poor. I did appreciate the fact that Lopez discusses his life from the point of view of a prisoner and the music from his time as a hit-man. There's also a few bits of art that he was influenced by. As a matter of fact, the music for the DVD is actually great. It's a little hard to sit through, but it's a little better than I expected. The documentary is a little bit on the slow side. Some of the interviews are not very clear, but it's not a big deal. Overall, this is a great DVD to have. The extras are nice, the music is great, and it has some nice interviews. It's very well worth the price of admission.
Wednesday, 10 Jun 2020 15:59

I saw this documentary at the Toronto International Film Festival. It was nice to see some interviews from the masters. It is a great shame that most of the classics from the 70s/80s, went completely ignored. This documentary is just about the new wave and a couple of the more famous directors. The cinematography is beautiful. The best thing about it is that the interviews are real, they are not done with a bunch of people and there are no pretensions. The problem is that it's a bit too short. This is not a documentary that will make you see a new film. It is a very deep film about what happens when a genius is going out of the city and decides to make a film. The subjects of this film are not to be called celebrities. It is very easy to see that they were not there, or maybe they had a lot of money but it's not as easy to see that they are not creative people. If you really want to understand the new wave you will have to see this film. It's not a film about music or about film. It is a documentary about a group of men who were really busy in the 70s and early 80s but they didn't see any reason to make films anymore and they did not want to do so, and this movie shows that. They are talking about some of the problems that they had, how they felt, and about what they thought about the world at that time. It's a great film but it's not a documentary. It is a kind of a treatise on the new wave. I hope that someone will make a movie about this subject in the future.
Tuesday, 26 May 2020 18:43

As an artist, Carmen is obsessed with the fashion, glamour and appearance of her life and everything in between. Through this obsession, she creates music that is one of the most unique and original in the history of the world. Her "Soundtracks" have been released on CD and vinyl, but these aren't the only ones. The photos and art show her in the middle of everything and the time period as well. This documentary was very well done, but it wasn't about the music. In fact, it's the music that gets the most attention. This was not what the director wanted. The movie was about Carmen's music, and the interviews are really fun. The music is quite original, and is so enjoyable. It's got a very funky sound, and the colors are very colorful. There's a lot of pictures and photos of the place, and the same goes for the photos of the people and the clothes. Some of the pictures are really amazing. The film really goes into Carmen's life and how she's inspired by her music and the people around her. The only thing that I found a little annoying was the French narrator. He was just too French, and also he was talking too much. I don't think he was supposed to be the narrator. I also thought it would be better if it was a real person, like one of Carmen's friends. I also don't think it would have been necessary for the actor who played this French guy to be so dramatic. It just seemed like a fake person. Anyway, the music is the most interesting part of this documentary. The songs are really great and the lyrics are really funny. There are also some great interviews with the people involved in the music. It's great to see some new people in the music business, including a new one. This is a documentary that should be seen by everyone. The people who are into the music will love it, but the people who like the fashion and the glamour will love it as well. Everyone will have a different opinion about this movie, and that's okay.
Saturday, 16 May 2020 07:32

A great look at the fabulous Oscar-winning movie "La Bamba" (1972). The film is not a documentary about the production, but rather it's about the incredible body of work of the movie's director (who died in 2012) and actor Antonio Lopez (who died in 2008). From the very first scene, we are treated to a very personal look at the director and his art-house style. The film moves from one interview to another, and the quality of these segments is impeccable. By the time we reach the final interview, we can see the true and honest impact that the film had on his life. The interviews are also full of unexpected humour, from the audience, who is expected to laugh and laugh as much as the director did. The interviews range from humorous to funny, from the opening interview with actress Tab Hunter, to the same with director Carlos Carrasco, the last segment with singer Queen Latifah, and the final one with singer The National. Overall, the interviews are of great quality and have great entertainment value. Another highlight of this documentary is the use of music. Many of the interviews, for example with director Ricky Brener, have an unusual mix of music in them, like the rare and amazing song "La Bamba" by Barbara Streisand. This segment is probably the most interesting and the most interesting part of the film. One of the most interesting aspects of the interviews are the behind-the-scenes features of the production. For example, the final interview with composer Leo Kottke is a very funny and personal interview. However, it is also very interesting to see how he produced the music and how it was also used in the final scene of the film. Another highlight of this segment is the commentary on the DVD with the director and actors. Some of the interviews are very insightful and revealing. For example, in the final interview with actor Antonio Lopez, the director reveals that his career began when he was about 14 years old, and how he was able to use his skills at an early age. This is also the first interview in which he reveals that he is not afraid of a few very obvious comments about his films, like the famous joke about the black man kissing a white woman. It is also interesting to see how he began to work with Meryl Streep. It is also very interesting to see how the young actors were able to adapt to the specific style of the movie. One of the highlights of this interview is how, in one of the first interviews, he was able to show how he took care of actors' clothing. One of the highlights of this segment is how, after the film was released, he used to do interviews with movie critics, and was able to talk with some of them. Overall, this is a very interesting and very entertaining documentary about one of the most amazing films of all time. It is also a
Thursday, 14 May 2020 12:20

The music, the dancing, the comedy, the quirky people, the good music, the costumes, the odd story, the interesting characters, the kind of place it was filmed in, the very poor sound quality, the direction, the production design, the casting, the staging, the editing, the costumes, the makeup, the lighting, the acting, the production of the music and the dance, the costumes for the dancing, the drama of the story, the music, the background music, the opening credits, the end credits, the credits, the soundtrack, the audio and the film style. It's all here. There's a lot to take in. But it's all there. And the real beauty of this film is that it's not about the music and dancing and costumes, but about people. About lives. About memories. About the hopes and dreams of many, and the hopes and dreams of a few. About things that people sometimes forget about, things that people often forget about. And about their own, often tragic, lives. For many, it's a story of making the best of things, of succeeding and succeeding again, of a rare opportunity to make your dreams come true, to be able to do what you've always wanted to do. And for some it's a story of how a life has been taken from you. And the people and their stories are inspiring. And in this film it's the actors and the people that are the true heroes. Not the dancing and the costumes, not the great music or the dancing. Not the producers and not the dancers. Not the people who bring music and dance to the big screen. It's the people who are the ones who take the music and dance to the people. And the people are the true heroes. All those people in the film. And the real beauty of this film is that it's not about the music or the dancing or the costumes. It's about the people.
Monday, 27 Apr 2020 00:18

The Real Dalia Alba: Dalia Alba. At the age of 19, Dalia Alba spent her time getting ready to become a famous fashion model in the country of South America. While she was in her modeling stage, she had to endure repeated beatings and abuse from a local gang leader. She would suffer from chronic pain in her left arm and the police never took her case seriously. However, after learning of a girl who had been living in the same area as Dalia, she finally went to investigate the case. They eventually found a young girl who was abused by her boyfriend. Dalia was granted protection from the local community and eventually they found her in the area. She told them her story. The story has been told over and over again in the media, but this documentary focuses on Dalia's upbringing and her time in the country of South America. Dalia Alba's rise to fame, and downfall, is told through interviews with family members, friends, and strangers. Many people that were on the receiving end of her abuse gave very honest accounts of the abuse. It is also shown that Dalia didn't know what was happening to her until she was 10 years old. Dalia had to spend many hours in the local library looking up her mother's story of her imprisonment. Dalia's parents were illiterate. Her mother was a school teacher and was an illiterate mother. Her father had no job and did not own a car. Dalia was left to fend for herself and her little brother, who was separated from her. Dalia was molested by her babysitter and later by her boyfriend. Dalia also became pregnant by her boyfriend, but the baby was taken from her. However, when the police investigated her disappearance, she was found, and she gave birth to a boy. In the beginning of the documentary, the camera always shows Dalia's right arm and then slowly goes to her left. Dalia's story is heartbreaking, and yet so inspiring. She was an incredible inspiration to many young girls and women in the world. I wish that more people were aware of Dalia's story and the work she did to make the world a better place. Also, her struggle to survive through her experience with violence was very inspiring.
Thursday, 16 Apr 2020 18:55

This film provides an excellent view into the world of The Night's Watch, the Kingdom's private army and one of the most recognizable character franchises in history. The Night's Watch is a symbol of the bond between the free men of the Seven Kingdoms and their masters in the Citadel, who are each ordered to maintain a certain order within the realm. For the Night's Watch, loyalty is paramount and obedience is a vice. All the brothers are trained to serve the King and protect his honor and integrity, so they are told, but when the King is assassinated by an unknown assailant, they must all turn their backs on their sworn duty and abandon their homes and family. If they disobey, they will face dire consequences. Each of the brothers has a personal reason for going along with the decision, but with no one to turn to and a lack of hope, they are all willing to die for their leader. The film is very well done, with excellent cinematography and a solid soundtrack. The narration is compelling, as is the general tone of the film. The production values are of a very high quality, with the costumes and sets of The Night's Watch, which are very detailed and complete. It is also very well made, with the look of the film being of a very serious and impressive nature. The Night's Watch is an excellent film, well worth watching, as the viewer will gain an understanding of the characters, their personal lives and the times. The only downfall is that it is rather long, but the story is well told and the film is excellent. This is an excellent film and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in the Night's Watch or history in general.


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