Jahfin Posted May 25, 2008 Share Posted May 25, 2008 BY ANGELA DOLAND, Associated Press Writer CANNES, France - Most documentaries stick with interviews of living people. But since this one's about New York's Chelsea Hotel and its rock 'n' roll aura, it seems natural that the ghosts of Janis Joplin and Sid Vicious turn up. For "Chelsea on the Rocks," which premiered Friday at the Cannes Film Festival, director Abel Ferrara ("Bad Lieutenant") strung together archival footage and interviews of the artists, writers and actors who have lived there, in typical documentary fashion. He also hired actors to play Joplin and Vicious for trippy flashbacks. To read the remainder of the article click here. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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