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Conceived as a rockumentary , Lemmy was produced by Greg Olliver and Wes Orshoski. It is a footage of 16 mm film - and high-definition video material that was recorded over three years. The material comes from international recordings from the United States, Germany, Great Britain, Finland, Norway, Sweden, Russia and Denmark and includes interviews with friends, colleagues and admirers, etc. a. Dave Grohl , Slash and Duff McKagan from Guns N 'Roses and Velvet Revolver , Ozzy Osbourne , James Hetfield , Lars Ulrich , Robert Trujillo and Kirk Hammett from Metallica , David Ellefson from Megadeth , Scott Ian from Anthrax , Alice Cooper , Peter Hook from Joy Division and New Order , Dee Snider , Nikki Sixx , Mick Jones from The Clash , Kat Von D , Henry Rollins , Lars Frederiksen from Rancid , Jim Heath from Reverend Horton Heat , Slim Jim Phantom from The Stray Cats , Mike Inez , Joan Jett , Dave Navarro from Jane's Addiction , Ice-T , skateboarder Geoff Rowley , wrestler Triple H , Fast Eddie Clarke , Jarvis Cocker , Marky Ramone , former Hawkwind bandmates Dave Brock and Stacia Blake and Steve Vai . Kilmister's son Paul is also interviewed about his father in this film.
The documentary also watches the bootmaker Pascal Cooper as Cooper handcrafts a new pair of boots for Lemmy from light brown leather in his studio. With regard to the fashionable taste of his regular client, craftsman Pascal Cooper explains: “He [Lemmy] has a very personal and good sense of aesthetics. Sometimes he brings me drawings of his ideas. If I had to name them, I would say they are Western shaft boots [...] They are reminiscent of cavalry boots. "
Lemmy premiered in March 2010 at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin , Texas . It was then screened at various film festivals in the United States, Canada, Australia, Greece, Chile, Brazil, Spain, France, and elsewhere. It was shown for the first time in Great Britain at the London Film Festival on October 23, 2010, and in France at the L'Étrange Festival on September 8, 2010.
The German publication is cut by seven minutes, the chapter in which Lemmy presents his collection of Nazi devotional objects is missing. The uncut version was not rated by the FSK and is not available in Germany.
Hamish MacBain of the New Musical Express ( NME ) gave Lemmy an 8 out of 10, noting that just hearing his voice on the lyrics to Rock It was worth watching the film. (“[H] earing him roar the words to 'Rock It' alone is reason enough to watch this movie”). The Hollywood Reporter's review found the film “entertaining enough to convey the subject's appeal to audiences beyond the metal crowd”.
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- John DeFore: Lemmy - Film Review . In: The Hollywood Reporter , March 19, 2010. Retrieved January 1, 2011.