Exactly 21 years ago, the acclaimed “Almost Famous” hit theaters

Quase Famosos

On September 22, 2000, one of the films that most marked the modern history of rock and roll hit American cinemas: almost Famous, From Cameron Crowe.

Almost autobiographical, the feature created by Crowe tells the story of an aspiring teenage journalist who freela amazing in the magazine Rolling stone During the 70’s. As an act, he follows the fictional band Still water on the road, and the experience changes your life.

This is true when we say autobiographical, as Cameron himself was the editor of the magazine in his teens. The screenplay of the film is based on his stories like the band Somehandjob Allman Brothers Bandhandjob led Zeppelinhandjob Eagles I Lynyrd Skynyrd by the United States.

In the film, who plays its cinematic version Patrick Fugito, young William Miller live. Artists still have names like kate hudson (penny Lane), Francis McDormand (Ellen Miller), Farooza Balki (sapphire), Philip Seymour Hoffman (Lester Bangs) and many other amazing actors.

award from almost Famous and soundtrack

Today almost considered a cult film, almost Famous took one Oscar From Best Original Screenplay In the year following its release, in addition to three other nominations.

No Grammy, soundtrack of the film Mike McCready (Pearl Jam), Nancy Wilson (heart) e Peter Frampton, got better.

And speaking of the soundtrack, the work got its 20 Years Edition last year, which you can listen to in full below.

See also  'Circle of Fire' directed by Guillermo del Toro turns 8; Check out fun facts about the production!

About the author: Will Smith

"Lifelong social media lover. Falls down a lot. Creator. Devoted food aficionado. Explorer. Typical troublemaker."

Related Posts

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *