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Janis: Little Girl Blue

Janis: Little Girl Blue is a movie starring Cat Power, Janis Joplin, and Karleen Bennett. Musician Cat Power narrates this documentary on Janis Joplin's evolution into a star from letters that Joplin wrote over the years to her...

Other Titles
Janis: A Janis Joplin-sztori, Janis, Janis Joplin: otožno dekle, Janis Joplin - Little Girl Blue, ジャニス リトル・ガール・ブルー, Dženis Džoplin: Mala plava devojka, Janis: chica azul
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Biography, Documentary, Music
Amy Berg
Janis Joplin, Karleen Bennett, Laura Joplin, Cat Power
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Musician Cat Power narrates this documentary on Janis Joplin's evolution into a star from letters that Joplin wrote over the years to her friends, family, and collaborators.

Comments about biography «Janis: Little Girl Blue» (14)

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Betty L.

When I first saw this movie I thought it was great. I was a fan of "Rocky" and "The Naked Gun" and thought this would be an interesting look at the influence that "Rocky" had on the genre. I was very wrong. I didn't think the documentary was very well done and it was very hard to follow at times. The only thing I could think of that was very interesting was the interview with the director, which was quite interesting. However, it was difficult to follow all the interviews. Some of the interviews were very boring. I thought this was a pretty bad documentary and I would recommend not to watch it.

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Nancy B.

I was disappointed by the musical numbers in this movie. They were boring and pointless. I'm not one to cry at music, but this movie was more of a drama than a musical. I feel like they tried to go for a more dramatic style, but it didn't work for me. The acting was okay, but I felt like the characters were lacking depth. They weren't believable. I really liked the documentary on The Beatles and I think this movie would have been a lot better with that. It would have helped make it more believable and fun. I was really impressed by how well they captured the music. I think they did a great job with the music. I think it's a great film for people who don't like music, but it's definitely not for people who do. I think it's a good movie to watch, but I think it's better to watch it with someone who loves music.

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I had the pleasure of seeing this documentary at the Baltimore Film Festival. It is a deeply moving and moving film about one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures in American history. "Sally" (Natalie Portman) is a self-described "psycho-killer" who writes to friends and family and is also a deeply troubled, socially awkward, and emotionally unstable young woman who is basically the epitome of the "weird girl." At the time of her suicide, she was about twenty-four years old. She is one of the most fascinating and enigmatic figures in American history. The documentary is very well done. It is well made and very well acted. The cast is very good. The director, Tom Dey, has done a very good job of capturing the essence of the story. The performances are very strong and the documentary really does show the relationship between Sally and her mother. This documentary is a must see for any fan of Sally. It is an interesting and thought provoking film. It is a must see for anyone who has studied or lived in the country that she came from.

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Mildred M.

I don't know what the other reviewers are talking about. There was a scene where Robin Williams goes to a hospital for an operation. I found it hilarious. I laughed a lot during the movie. There are a few parts where I did not find it funny. It was very interesting. I think the best part of the movie is when Robin Williams is in the hospital room and the nurse is talking to him. I think that is the best part. I think that was a great movie. I recommend it to anyone. It is a great documentary. I think it is good for people who like Robin Williams.

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I'm not going to go on about the music here, as there are plenty of people who have already done that. I will say that I loved this documentary, but not in the way that most people have described it. The music is the main focus, and the documentary is a bit too long for the material that it covers. The interviews are all interesting, but I was not particularly drawn into the conversation with the musicians. The overall impression I got was that there is a lot of talent in the music world, but the documentary really focuses on the people who are making it, and their business dealings. This is a good thing, but I felt that the focus was a little too much on the musicians and not enough on the business dealings. I felt that the musicians were being given too much attention, and the business dealings being discussed were just not that interesting. I don't think that the interviewees were given enough time to make their case, and it was all too brief. I also felt that the subjects were not given enough time to explain their work to the interviewees, and I think that the interviewees were not given enough time to explain the business dealings. In general, I think that the focus of the documentary is on the musicians and the business dealings, and I would not recommend this to anyone else. However, it is still a good documentary, and I did find it to be interesting. It is a great documentary for people who like music and are interested in the business world.

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This documentary was pretty much a love letter to the early 80s. The music was great and the fashion was great. The documentary was a little slow, but it was still good. There are some really funny parts to it and it was pretty cool to see Joan Jett and Bruce Springsteen. I do think that the soundtrack was the best thing about the documentary. I really like the mix of 80s music and 80s fashion. It was really cool to see some of the great bands from the 80s, like Black Sabbath, Alice Cooper, and Black Sabbath. I also really liked the fact that they were all all famous at the time. They are really fun to watch. I think this is a great documentary and a must-see.

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I was lucky enough to attend a sneak preview of this film and was pleasantly surprised. It is a very interesting film, and one that has the potential to be an important documentary in its own right. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a good documentary, or is interested in music. The film is divided into two parts. The first half is the interviews with the musicians, who talk about the meaning of their music, their families, and their lives. I would recommend the first half to anyone who has an interest in music, especially if you are interested in the music of Joan Jett. The second half is about Joan Jett herself, and how she came to be the person she is today. The interviews are very interesting and well done, and I would recommend this film to anyone who likes to hear her talk about her life. This film will not change your life, but it is a good way to get to know the music of Joan Jett.

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Megan Henry

First of all, this film was so sad, that it made me cry. Second of all, I'm not a fan of Kanye West, but this movie gave me hope that he can do better. This film was so sad and I loved it. This is the kind of music that I like to listen to. I just really loved the music. The people that did the music for the film did a great job. I hope that more people like this film. If you haven't seen this film, I would recommend it.

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Amber L.

This documentary about a young girl's life in the early 1980s is the best film I've seen about the music industry, and is probably the most informative. It follows the story of a teenage girl named Annie, who in the early 1980s made music videos for her friend, the now-famous singer/songwriter, Marilyn Manson. While she made a name for herself as a singer, she was also dealing with a drug problem and mental illness, and was also a victim of her own success. When she was 17, she was sexually abused by her mother, who beat her so badly that she was permanently damaged. The trauma of this event and the fact that she was already in trouble with the law, led to her dropping out of school and becoming an apprentice at a dance studio. After being fired, she eventually went to live with her stepfather. When he found out she was in a relationship with Manson, he forced her to sell drugs and engage in sex. Annie tried to escape, but eventually, she ended up in a mental institution. When she was released, she was distraught and unable to find a job. This film does a good job of explaining how her life was affected by the events in her life. It also shows how her music career was a successful one, and how she was able to stay positive and recover. The documentary also shows that the media and other people in her life were critical of her, and that they were able to create a negative image of her. I'd definitely recommend this documentary to anyone who wants to know more about the music industry.

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Roger Duncan

The first half of this documentary focuses on the '80s music scene, and the production of the album "Walk Like a Man" (which was a hit in the States). The second half of the documentary is about the struggles of the film, and the impact of the lawsuit on the career of the band. The documentary is surprisingly upbeat, and the cast does a good job. This is a good documentary for fans of the band, or for anyone who just wants to know what the lawsuit was about.

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I think this film is a great way to spend an afternoon or evening. It's very funny, it's very dramatic, and it has a great soundtrack. I highly recommend this film!

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While I'm not sure I would have enjoyed this documentary more if I hadn't been aware that it was made by the person who wrote the book. The book, which is about the notorious rock and roll act, is not very funny and the book itself is very slow and boring. If you were expecting a documentary about the band, this is not it. I was expecting something interesting but this documentary is boring and it's not very funny. I thought the DVD was decent, but the DVD cover is very confusing.

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The documentary, "The Red Hot Chili Peppers: The Making of a Musical," features interviews with the band members and director Mark Romanek. The band was asked to create the soundtrack for the film and it was shot entirely on location in Hollywood. There are some wonderful interviews with the band members, including singer/songwriter Anthony Kiedis, guitarist/vocalist John Frusciante, bassist Flea, and drummer Chad Smith. There are also some great behind-the-scenes footage from the making of the film. This documentary is very interesting and provides a great look into the making of a musical, from start to finish. The documentary is a must-see for anyone who loves the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

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Barbara S.

The movie is well made, though I thought the music was a bit boring, the story is well told, and the cast is great. It's about music. I think the best thing about this movie is the music. It's almost a documentary of music. It's not the greatest movie I've seen, but I thought it was pretty good. It was a little slow, but I think that's what it was meant to be. I don't really know why it's rated so low, but it's not as bad as the critics say.