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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, Janis: A Janis Joplin-sztori, ジャニス リトル・ガール・ブルー, Janis Joplin: otožno dekle, Dženis Džoplin: Mala plava devojka, Janis: chica azul, Janis Joplin - Little Girl Blue
Running Time
1 hours 43 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Documentary, Biography, Music
Director
Amy Berg
Actors
Cat Power, Janis Joplin, Laura Joplin, Karleen Bennett
Country
USA
Year
2015
Audio Languages
اللغة_العربية, English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
Subtitles
اللغة_العربية, 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 documentary «Janis: Little Girl Blue» (19)

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Alan

This is a documentary that tells the story of a woman named "Jill" who was a pioneer in the world of punk rock, and was a very controversial figure in the 80's. This film also gives us a look at the music scene of the 80's and how the music industry tried to deal with the punk movement. There is a lot of great interviews and footage of people who knew Jill and other people who were part of the punk scene. This film is very interesting and gives you a great look at punk rock and how it influenced the music scene in the 80's. If you want to see a great documentary about punk rock and how it influenced the music scene of the 80's, then this is the film for you.

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William E.

First of all, I am a big fan of the show, and I was looking forward to seeing this documentary. It was good. I can't imagine it would have been as good if I had seen it before. It was interesting to hear from some of the people who worked on the show and I liked hearing from them about what they think about it. I thought that it was a good story, but not a great one. I thought it was not as great as the people who were in it said. They said that they were not sure if it was a documentary, and they were not sure what it was about. They also said that they thought it was good, but they did not think it was as good as the people in it said. So, I would say it was a good documentary, but not as good as the people who were in it said. I thought it was good, but not great.

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Diane

This documentary is amazing, and it's just as important as the story. I was curious to hear how this documentary got started, but it turns out that it was already started by the BBC in the 1970's, and it's the reason why the story gets told. The documentary is really interesting to see how this documentary came to be, and how it has been incorporated into the history of music in the U.S.A. I've been to many music festivals, and I've always been curious to know what happened to all the bands that have been featured in this documentary, and the answer is that they are still around, and performing and touring. It is a documentary that anyone should see, and it's great that they have released it on DVD.

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Amanda D.

I was in a good mood when I first saw this. I had just finished watching the documentary "Making of a Black Hole" which I had enjoyed immensely. I was very impressed with the acting of all the women. The use of sound is very well done. I thought the opening scene was great, and really opened my eyes to the art of the film. The ending is very sad and the overall effect is very powerful. It is well worth watching.

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Robert

In spite of being in his mid-30s, I still find myself reaching for my copy of this documentary as a reminder of a more innocent time in our history. The "oldies" of the 80's are more than just performers. They were pioneers of the music industry, and they provided the soundtrack for the movie that I grew up with. This documentary was a great addition to my collection. It gives a very accurate depiction of what it was like to be a young musician in the 80's, and the music industry itself. The interviews with the young performers were fantastic. They really gave me a feel for the music scene back then, and what it was like to be in a different time period. I have seen this documentary at least 10 times and I am still very impressed. It is a must see for any music fan. A very good documentary that I would recommend to anyone who enjoys music.

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Elizabeth T.

What a shame that this film was left out of the documentary series. It was the perfect companion piece to the movie. The difference between the two is not in the story, it is in the music. The music is simply brilliant. The film is good, but the music is even better. It is a must see.

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Albert Sandoval

The documentary on "Honey, I Blew Up The Kid" is a must see for anyone interested in the film, especially the most experienced viewers. This film tells a story about the history of the band. The documentary is narrated by Mavis Staples, the original singer of the band and the daughter of the lead singer of the band, Jimmy "The Saint" Staples. The documentary is a history of the band and a look at the band members life. The documentary is not one that you would expect to see, as the band was a major pop success in the 1970's. The documentary also includes interviews with the band members and their families. This documentary is a must see for any fan of the band.

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Julie

This is a very good documentary. It follows the band from their birth to their death. The interviews are great and interesting. I love this documentary because it gives a lot of insight into how the band was formed. I also like the fact that the band was influenced by different styles of music, and it seems like there were two main styles of music. It was a band that was influenced by Motown and then was influenced by rock and roll. This was a band that was influenced by all three. The film is very interesting and makes you feel like you are really listening to the band. I have watched this documentary a number of times and it never gets old. I also like the fact that the band has a lot of members that have passed away and the band members who were still with the band. I love how this documentary shows the band members in their childhood and how they were influenced by different styles of music. This is a great documentary that is very good for all ages.

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Virginia

I think the movie is great. The film itself is a little bit long, but it was worth it. The music is very good, and the interviews are really great. The documentary is a must-see.

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Gloria

The director of this documentary, Carol Robertson, has been a big influence on my life. I was inspired by her early work, and found myself inspired by her later work. Her documentary, "The Voice: Inside the Voice of Michael Jackson" is one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. It shows the reasons behind the success of Michael Jackson, the character of Michael Jackson, and the voice of Michael Jackson. There is no one that can say the things that Carol Robertson does, and she does them with amazing passion. It's almost like she's channeling Michael Jackson. The documentary is a must see. It is also one of the most powerful documentaries I've ever seen. I don't think there's any other documentary that can be as powerful as this one. It is also one of the most entertaining documentaries I've ever seen. I think anyone that is passionate about music, or music in general, will love this documentary. It's a must see.

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Russell

I was a fan of Joan Jett since the early 80's when she was a cover girl for the "Teen Top" CD. I just got to watch her play this week for the first time. The album she played was "Blue", which was the first single of her solo career. The documentary shows how Jett took a chance on a solo career. She played with the members of the Jett Band in the early 90's, and did some work with the Smiths. But the greatest thing is the story of how Jett got her start. The interviewees were close friends and friends of Jett's. Some of them were her friends and they were all trying to help her. But she was a little bit shy. She was the "little" star. She was the "little" singer. The Jett Band was a group of young musicians who were a little bit shy. They had the talent to make it, but the luck wasn't always there. Jett was the one who got the opportunity to perform on stage. I think she was the one who got the chance to do this documentary. I think it was a great documentary.

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Douglas

As a big fan of Queen, I am amazed that this documentary about their iconic song is not a classic. It is an amazing and sometimes uncomfortable look at the strange, the understated, the understated, the understated. I'm not a Queen fan, but I loved this documentary and am looking forward to watching it again, just to see what else Queen fans can discover about their music. If you're a Queen fan, you'll love this documentary. If you're not, you'll love it. This is one of those documentaries that makes you appreciate the music, the people, the place, the time, the culture. If you're a Queen fan, you'll love it.

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Julie Burton

I'm not sure how this movie is rated as a 10 but it was very well done. I'm sure that most of the viewers would agree that it was a very good documentary. I'm also sure that it would be a very good documentary to tell people that "there is no such thing as a perfect body". I think that the movie is an excellent example of what a documentary should be. The "stretch goals" were very interesting and very well done. I especially like the part where the parents talked about the dream that they had when they were young. It was a very good way to show the difference between the different stages of a person's life and how their dream affects the rest of their life. I think that the filmmakers did a very good job. I would recommend this movie to anyone who likes documentaries and/or people who are interested in the different stages of a person's life. I also would recommend this movie to people who want to understand why people would think that they are a special or beautiful person because they are different or special in some way. I think that this movie is a very good documentary that I would recommend to people.

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Dylan Clark

This movie was fantastic. I never heard of it, but I watched it and it really blew me away. I never thought that a lot of people could be so beautiful. I'm in my late 20's and I've never really had a chance to see anything like this before. I really liked the music and the story. It was a lot of fun and I don't think I'll ever get over the fact that I've never seen anything like this before. It's definitely one of the best documentaries I've ever seen.

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Theresa

It is amazing that a documentary about a woman who had a really tragic life can have such a strong impact on the viewer. You can feel how she felt about herself, her family and her music. I have seen this movie about two times, and it still has the power to move me every time. I feel as if I am watching her, and I am remembering her life. The music is incredible. You can hear it in her voice. I don't know how the music got so good, but it has. I love the documentary so much that I bought it on DVD. It is not a documentary that you can just watch on the television, but it is very well made. I highly recommend it.

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Carl

It's a shame that people still don't understand the power of this documentary. It is an absolute masterpiece. The movie shows the evolution of the artists, their relationship to the music and how the music affected their lives. The end of the documentary is heartbreaking. It shows the power of the music to inspire people, and how the artists had to get over the pain of the loss of their loved ones and begin to work on their music. It also shows how the music and the artists influenced other people, both musicians and non musicians. It shows how music can be a vehicle for moving people. The documentary is a wonderful and amazing look into the world of music.

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Albert Murphy

I never knew about this movie before I saw it and was amazed at how this was one of the most under-appreciated movies of all time. It shows the true spirit of a generation that can't seem to get enough of music and the freedom that comes with it. I know people who went to see it and never heard of it. The soundtrack is one of the best I've heard and the performances are brilliant. I would recommend this to anyone who has a love for music, is a music lover, or is just curious about the music industry. It will definitely make you feel like a kid again and will make you laugh at the same time. I would like to see this movie come out on DVD and I hope it will soon.

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Madison G.

A fun documentary about the life of the legendary singer, who is also known as a drug-addicted, foul-mouthed diva. This film covers the whole career of 'Miss Manners', starting with her early days in the music industry, her hit songs, her drug addiction, her marriage to the musical legend, and finally her death. There are also several behind-the-scenes features of the making of the movie, including the film's director, the songwriter, and the singer herself. The film also includes interviews with other famous people who worked on the film, including Manners' manager, who died of a heart attack before filming was completed. The documentary is very entertaining and the film is a must-see for anyone interested in the life of the legendary singer, especially those who have a passion for music.

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Charles Sandoval

This is a must see. There are many little nuggets that are so important to understand. This is a very important film that is sure to get a lot of attention and be discussed. The film is a true testimony to the power of music. It is the story of a woman who is a major player in the rock and roll scene. She had a very difficult childhood and struggled with many different types of problems. This is a woman who is a survivor and is a true inspiration to everyone. Her stories and her music is inspiring to all. The film is truly inspiring and shows a great deal about her life and the difficulties she faced. The film is about her experience in the music scene and her desire to make a mark on the world. The film is a great documentary that should be seen. I give it a 9 out of 10.