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Yung Punx: A Punk Parable
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[Plays 5/7 at 4:45 p.m. and 5/19 at 4:30 p.m. as part of the MSPIFF41 Film Festival running May 5-19; for more information, log on to MSPfilm.org for full schedule.] Seth Kramer, Daniel A. Miller, and Jeremy Newberger's engaging, entertaining, inspirational, enjoyable, 63-minute, 2021 documentary about talented, juvenile punk rock group Color Killer and its tinted-hair members, including vocalist and bass guitarist Nathan Dalbec (age 12), vocalist and drummer Matthew Hiltz (age 9), rhythm guitarist Dylan Huther (age 11), and lead vocalist and guitarist Lincoln Zinzola (age 8), in Worchester, Mass., who are quickly gaining recognition as they prepare to play at the Warped Tour music festival and their supportive parents, including Bill and Christie Huther, Tony and Kanna Zinzola, Mike and Katie Hiltz, and Jake and Julie Dalbec, who act as managers and chauffeurs, and consists of commentary by What Is Punk? author Eric Morris, punk record producer Jamie McCann, punk musician and mentor Walt Labree, legendary punk producer Larry Livermore, promoter Kevin Lyman, Boy's and Girl's Club director Pete Dickerman, and Nate's grandfather Ron Dalbec.

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