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Submitted by shockya 606d ago | review

Not Fade Away: ShockYa Movie Review

ShockYa: While the 1960s is a decade synonymous with war, the civil rights movement and assassinations, the decade was also an era defined by its rock-n-roll musical revolution that represented many teens and young adults’ desire to find their own interests. The new drama ‘Not Fade Away,’ the feature film writing and directorial debut of ‘The Sopranos’ creator David Chase, tells the powerful coming-of-age story of typical American suburban teens trying to realize their dreams during a decade of political unrest. Not wanting to fall into the same mundane lifestyle, they invented a new form of art and perception of life, in an effort to rebel and create their own identities. (Indie film, Not Fade Away) B/A+

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