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Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco

Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco is a movie starring Joan Juliet Buck, Paul Caranicas, and Michael Chow. Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion...

Other Titles
Antonio López 1970: sexo, moda y disco, Antonio 70
Running Time
1 hours 35 minutes
Quality
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres
Biography, Documentary
Director
James Crump
Writer
James Crump
Actors
Michael Chow, Paul Caranicas, Joan Juliet Buck, Tina Chow
Country
USA
Year
2017
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

Sex Fashion and Disco is a documentary film concerning Antonio Lopez (1943-1987), the most influential fashion illustrator of 1970s Paris and New York, and his colorful and sometimes outrageous milieu.

Comments about biography «Antonio Lopez 1970: Sex Fashion & Disco» (14)

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Ryan D.

I'm not really sure what to say about this documentary. I thought it was interesting but I also think it was really boring. The story of the past is so important to us and it's sad that they tried to change it. It is a shame because I would have liked to know more about this event.

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Jesse

An intriguing documentary that explores the city's history and its iconography through the lens of film. While most of the subjects are professionals, the narrative is a little uneven in the way it organizes the stories. It is episodic in nature and, as a result, doesn't always unfold smoothly. However, the subjects and the interviewees do an excellent job of opening up about their personal experiences. There are several fascinating subjects, such as the photographers and the booksellers, and the film is a fascinating look at the history of the city of New York. The interviews are excellent and the film does a good job of capturing the feel of the city.

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Jordan L.

As a longtime fan of the world of glamour and disco, this documentary is very interesting. I have to say, the documentary does not go as far as the interviews and features, but nevertheless, it's a good look at the music and its influence. The film focuses mainly on disco in the 60's and the 60's music, and is mostly about the musicians and their music. There is a lot of music and a lot of interviews. A lot of the interviews are actually on camera, and are a lot of fun. Some of the interviews are just about music, while others are more about the musicians. I really enjoyed the interviews with the artists, and it was interesting to see them in their own words. It is not as long as the interviews on the DVD, but it is very good. The DVD also has some great interviews and some behind-the-scenes footage. This documentary is a great look at the music of the 60's, and I recommend it to anyone interested in the subject.

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Emily

My favourite documentary of all time. I'd be willing to bet that I've seen this one somewhere around 100 times. Not a lot of documentaries about contemporary culture can claim to be as entertaining as this one. It's the story of a couple of men who make a living by renting out rooms in their house to various strippers, and their plans to turn the place into a disco. (As it happens, they eventually do). There's a great story here of the rise and fall of a classic music scene in New York, and the emotional effect this has on its artists. It's also an eye-opening look at the many ways that drugs and sex are a part of the lives of people who make a living as "professional dancers". I think this documentary is just as important for people who don't know much about dance as it is for people who do. It's an absolutely fascinating look into the lives of a few men who have their own unique way of making money, and a look into the way that the culture of a particular dance movement has changed in the last 50 years. It's not a documentary about the world of dance, but a look at the way that these men are able to live out their dreams. This is one of those documentaries that, in my opinion, has been overlooked. I'd recommend it to anyone who has ever been into dance, and anyone who has ever had an interest in dancing. It's a must-see!

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Henry P.

I've been to the Fifties, and this documentary captures some of the moods and some of the memories of that period. Some of the scenes are surprisingly real, like when a young man tries to tell the police that he was raped. The fact that he is a famous photographer is also very interesting. All in all, it's a pretty good film about some of the most interesting people of the Fifties. It's not just about the Fifties, but about the era, about love, sex, and the power of the camera. If you want to know more about the Fifties, this is a good documentary to watch. And if you're interested in the subject, you should also watch the documentary "All About My Mother" from the same year, which is also very good.

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Rachel

This is a very interesting documentary. It tells the story of "Dirty Dancing" starlet Salma Hayek, who went on to become one of the biggest stars in the world. What makes it interesting is that she plays an older version of herself. She's a country girl and she is incredibly well-built. And the documentary shows how much she grew up in her late teens and early 20's, and how much she has matured since then. She also has a very good sense of style. The only downside is that the interviewees are somewhat biased, and there is a lot of focus on the media and her career. The interviewees are very interesting and funny, but I do feel that there are a few things that are not well-documented, such as the many sexual and racial slurs that Salma has used. I don't think that the filmmakers wanted to be "politically correct". It is a true story, and it is well-done. The DVD is very well-produced. It is very well-made, and the DVD is a really great value for the price.

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Frances Pearson

The movie is a pretty good documentary about the very few people who ever knew and loved Elvis Presley. The film is well-filmed and edited. It's basically a chronology of the life of Elvis. It's really not a biography of the man but a chronology of the lives of the people who knew him. There's no real commentary about the man, just a chronological outline of the lives of the people who knew him. It's definitely worth watching and it's a nice documentary.

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Russell

Featuring the last months of Antonio Lopez's life, this documentary on his final year in the glamour of disco and New York City was made in the mid 1970's. It's a lot of fun watching this guy getting dressed up for the night, it's a lot of fun to see his life from the beginning until the end, including a lot of footage of the day-to-day. It's a great film about a guy who had a great life. There are a lot of stories told about him and how he was going to die, but I found that I liked the documentary a lot more than I thought I would. The story told about his last year is a little over-the-top, but it's not that hard to believe. It's interesting to see him coming out of the show and getting dressed up, getting ready for the show. He's not in the best of health, but it's nice to see him in that point of view. I also liked the fact that it was not a very long documentary. It was over an hour and a half and there were no boring parts in it. The one thing that bothered me was that the interviewees were talking about things that they knew about Lopez that he didn't tell them, but they didn't mention anything that they didn't know. It was a little distracting. But overall, this was a really enjoyable documentary about one of the most interesting and famous men in music history.

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Ryan

This documentary is about an artist named Antonio Lopez who has been known as the "world's greatest photographer" for the past 30 years. The documentary is about his work and the people he meets on the road. I liked the way the film was told and how it kept the viewer's attention. The documentary was not only about the photographer, but also about the people he met. It was a very good way to tell a story about a person who had such an impact on the world. The people he met on the road were not just famous people. The people he met were regular people, from the poorest of the poor to the richest of the rich. This documentary was very good. The documentary also was told from the artist's perspective, and that made it even more interesting. I would recommend this documentary to anyone who is interested in the world of photography, or if you want to learn more about the life of a famous artist.

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Dorothy Palmer

As one of the few documentaries about the rise and fall of one of the most popular music bands of the '60s, this documentary is a must see. In its first five minutes, you are introduced to the main characters and their musical history, the kind of film that you get excited about. The rest of the film consists of interviews with the band members, including the first "Fab Four" to get to the top of the charts, the new wave of the '60s, and the birth of the "new wave" and disco. It also focuses on the music, which is mostly disco and the Fab Four's early, early work. It is an interesting and in-depth look at the group and the people who worked with them. The documentary also focuses on the rise of the music itself, with the albums of the band, as well as the early and early work of their contemporaries. It's a fun film to watch, though it does get boring at times. It's certainly not as exciting as it is for others. It's a very interesting film, but it's not a great one.

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Christopher

The director's commentary on the DVD version of the film is worth the price of admission alone. The film's narrative structure and narrative continuity is such that you never know where the film will take you. For example, it is sometimes hard to tell what time period the film is set in, as the viewer is never sure whether the film is set in the 1980s, the 1970s, or in the 1960s. The film ends with the narrator asking if the viewer would like to see the film again. The answer to that question is clear: "Yes."

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Madison C.

This is a very interesting documentary. I enjoyed it and I'm glad I saw it. It's not a film that will impress everyone but if you have a little time to kill you may want to see it. This documentary was made before the X-rated stuff became more common and more popular. It focuses on the social impact of the film industry and the negative impact that it has on society. There's lots of opinions on the movie industry and the impact it has on society. The subject matter is very interesting. I thought it was pretty well done. I don't agree with the movie critic who said that this is a bad documentary. He did say that it was boring. I think he was right because the film critic was right. I think this is a documentary that needs to be seen. I thought it was very well done.

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Emily Oliver

I've always been interested in the history of fashion, and this documentary, "Sex Fashion & Disco" does a good job of presenting the cultural phenomenon of the 1960s and 1970s. The film features interviews with many of the major players in the fashion industry, and it also gives a fairly in-depth look at the history of the fashion industry itself. It's interesting to see the fashion industry as a business, and the conversation between the designers and the people who actually make the clothes is interesting. I particularly enjoyed the discussion of the fashion industry as a business, and I found the interviews to be quite interesting and interesting. Overall, I'd recommend this film to anyone who enjoys fashion, or anyone who wants to learn about the history of the fashion industry. It's definitely worth watching, and I think it's definitely worth a watch.

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Joshua

This is a very interesting documentary, with interviews with some of the people who made the films and some of the people who are related to them. The film is very well made and it is quite a shame that the documentary is only available on DVD, since the film has much more to offer. In fact, I would say that it is the best documentary of the "Disco Era". I am a big fan of the film, and I think that it deserves to be available on DVD. Also, if you are interested in the history of the "Disco Era", then you should definitely check this out.