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Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone

Not Yet Rated| 1 hr. 43 min.

Plot Summary
A history of the punk band shows its challenging of racial stereotypes and the politics of the music industry.


Directors: Lev Anderson , Chris Metzler

Genres: Documentary

Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone (2010)

Release Date: October 7th, 2011|1 hr. 43 min.

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  • Unless you're a fan of Fishbone, Everyday Sunshine is probably just a documentary about a band you've never heard of, whose music you probably will not like. But there's a bigger and more interesting subject at work in this film. It's a movie about what it's like to almost make it in the music business, but not really, not quite. It's about coming close and watching it slip away. show more

  • There's as much social history of L.A.'s racial divide as there is appreciation for the band's big, genre-crossing sound. It all comes together for a rollicking chronicle of verve and nerve. show more

  • Captures a reunion between them that speaks volumes about the intense connections, complicated and big-hearted, that have fueled an extraordinary musical collaboration. show more

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