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Actor: Matthew Bose
Director: Jennifer Arnold
Please correct studio information - this is a PALM PICTURES release, NOT Lions Gate - thank you
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Damian M. (ratchet)
Reviewed on 3/11/2009...
A pretty decent documentary that set out to capture the essence of mullet-wearing peoples. All it did for me is reinforce the stereotype of the lost-in-time country rocker redneck or the diesel dyke. Interesting to listen to different people's perspectives and reasoning, but overall sickening because I don't like looking at mullets.
R. Epstein | USA | 02/20/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I went into this thinking I'd have a lot of laughs looking at people with funny hair. I did, all the way through, but my sense of humor went through a transition from laughing at the subjects of the film, to laughing at how we as a society (me included) put so much meaning into a person's appearance. Why are we so touchy about how others look, especially when it comes to what we consider to be the extreme in bad taste? I still think mullets look ugly on most people (there were a few people who actually wore that look very well!). But there is a deeper ugliness in those who chose to look down on others that they consider tacky or silly. Perhaps the mullet is one of the last bastions of American individualism. It's what makes our culture so diverse and interesting. This film is a wonderful celebration of that!"
More effective than a sedative!
R. Epstein | 10/28/2003
(1 out of 5 stars)
"If your lacking sleep buy this movie!! I bought it thinking it was supposed to be funny. It is actually a documentary about mullets. Thats it!!! NO ATTEMPTS at levity AT ALL!!! Literally! I thought it would be along the lines of all the websites out there that poke fun at this sad state of hair. BUT ITS NOT!!!! It was dry and long and had no point!!!!!! RUN AWAY!!!!!!"
R. Epstein | 11/22/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a great documentary. It shows the vast range of people who sport the mullet hair-style, from rockers to lesbians to motorcyclists to soccer players... It is a nonjudgmental look at a cult hairstyle. Highly entertaining without mocking the film's subjects."