by Kenneth ANGER
1963 / color / sound / 1S / 31' 00

After returning from France, Anger began an extraordinary project documenting the ritualized, leather-bound lives within an all male community of a Brooklyn Hell’s Angels chapter. Using montage and a jukebox structured pop soundtrack with unprecedented élan and brilliance, Anger transformed his footage into a meditation on speed, death and masculinity that uses the biker subculture to reveal darker currents running through postwar American popular culture.

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