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COLIN COVERT ONLY THE YOUNG ⋆⋆⋆ out of four stars If you think one summer in the lives of three skate punks in a sunny Southern California Podunk wouldn’t make a fresh, engaging documentary, “Only the Young” is here to prove you wrong.
As Kevin, Garrison and Skye negotiate their first relationships, idle away hours practicing their kicks and flips, and affectionately rag on one another, the film lulls you into the gentle rhythms of adolescence.
The trail veers across multiple marriages and musical pilgrimages from England to Africa, Italy and the United States, as Baker leaves a trail of interpersonal wreckage and musical magic in his unsteady wake.
Baker became rock’s first superstar drummer both through his inspired, aggressive style and his colorful wastrel excess, with both facets of his personality avidly represented.
Baker” argues that when an artist consistently delivers amazement, broken beaks and busted relationships are a fair price to pay.
It was a reverse revolution given some of the hopes raised by the Civil War and early Reconstruction.
Black lynchings attracted huge crowds, who gathered around the corpse afterward to pose for photos.
The film boasts revealing interviews with Baker — now a rude, raging plantation owner in South Africa with little faith in people but immense love for animals — as well as Charlie Watts, Eric Clapton, Johnny Rotten, Jack Bruce and many of Baker’s cast-off wives and exasperated adult children.
Director Jay Bulger employs wildly energetic animation sequences to illustrate much of Baker’s careening journey from obscurity to fame and back again.