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Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked the World is a movie starring Link Wray, Wayne Kramer, and Taylor Hawkins. A documentary about the role of Native Americans in popular music history.

Genres
Documentary, Music
Director
Alfonso Maiorana, Catherine Bainbridge
Starring
David Fricke, Taylor Hawkins, Link Wray, Wayne Kramer

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Product details

Genres Documentary, Music
Director Alfonso Maiorana, Catherine Bainbridge
Writer Catherine Bainbridge, Alfonso Maiorana
Stars David Fricke, Taylor Hawkins, Link Wray, Wayne Kramer
Country Canada
Also Known As Rumble: Jak Indianie zatrzęśli światem muzyki, Indianie, którzy zatrzęśli rockiem, The Indians Who Rocked the World, ランブル 音楽界を揺るがしたインディアンたち, Rumble - Il grande spirito del rock, Rumble - Das rote Herz des Rock, Rumble: Los indios que sacudieron el mundo, Rumble: Le Rock des Indiens d'Amérique, Rumble: The Indians Who Rocked The World, Rumble - Der indianische Herzschlag des Rock
Runtime 1 h 43 min
Audio Português  English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
Subtitles Português  日本語  Čeština  Australia  한국어  Filipino  Tiếng Việt  हिन्दी 
Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Description A documentary about the role of Native Americans in popular music history.

Top reviews

Sunday, 07 Jun 2020 15:04

I found it rather amusing to see all these supposedly "American" or "true" historians, famous musicians, and famous big-name performers who seem to have become so enamored with the USA and the American Constitution that they seem to have lost the essential sense of their own history. I find it quite disturbing to think that they can go to such extremes in their comments. Perhaps they have been preoccupied with the causes of World War II and have not taken in to consideration that they have a big hand in the following horrendous events, such as the Holocaust. But you don't have to be an anti-Semite to call these people out on the hypocrisy they show. I would also like to point out the fact that most of these "self-proclaimed" historians are not really historians at all. They are just like the others in that they are only interested in their own career, which doesn't interest them in learning more about history. The President of the United States is the only one who has the capacity to make history. Otherwise, most of these people just want to see themselves on the "Right" side of history. I don't know about you, but I certainly don't need to see these self-proclaimed historians saying that the "Jewish" or "Mexican" countries deserved to be bombed. They were supposed to do that in the 20th Century. In this case, it's still happening today in the Middle East. They are so obsessed with their own careers that they don't even seem to care about what the world is actually saying about the Holocaust. There are some bad apples in the crowd. The one who caused the first World War was Adolf Hitler. And since the Jews are so "involved" in WWII, they did cause the Holocaust. The first World War was caused by Napoleon, who in reality was a "stubborn, short-sighted, idealistic, over-confident, somewhat megalomaniacal" imperialist who wanted to rule Europe. Napoleon led France to victory over Austria-Hungary, and then France gained its independence. In the meantime, the British and the Russian armies were on their way to conquer Europe. Napoleon's successor (and his "adopted son") was the "blinkered, raving-eyed, narcissistic" Kaiser Wilhelm II. In other words, Hitler and Napoleon were the leaders of the two most powerful nations of Europe. Both of these men had been born into wealth and power, and after World War II, they both wanted to prove to the world that they were the most powerful men on earth. They both believed that it was important to conquer and rule Europe. But the problem with this theory is that the allies and the Russians could not stand up to Napoleon, and he was able to rule France and Italy with the help of the Germans and the Austrians. The point of this movie is not to shame these self-proclaimed "American" historians, but rather to point out that these self-proclaimed "American" historians are just like the others in that they should not have such high hopes for America, because it is only in their career that they have achieved any kind of knowledge of the actual world history. They only know what they have heard from their own biased mind. They are unable to learn anything from their own personal history. It is only in the biography that they learn something about their own history.
Thursday, 09 Apr 2020 18:17

This is a very good documentary. I liked the fact that it did not compare American culture with European culture. It is important that if you go to a foreign country that is different from your own, you should be able to interact with those cultures, understand that they have their own culture, and also understand that their cultures are very different from ours. I also liked the fact that they looked at the problems that young people were facing in their country, the problems of school, and also the problems that these young people had going home. The amount of people who were dealing with these problems was so massive. There were many different sides of this issue, but they did a great job showing what was really going on. I also liked the fact that they showed a lot of great information about what these groups did, and also showing what was happening in the small island where they were playing, and also showing the things that were going on. The movie did a good job of showing what they were doing, but it did not try to be too dramatic. Also, there were some scenes where the kids were playing in the rain, and they had to go home to do some chores, but they did not have to stay outside in the rain, but instead they just went to a trailer, and they could play outside. They could also go to a small community and play outside. The movie was a good one. I liked the fact that it showed the problems that were happening to these kids, the amount of people who were going to school or doing school work. It also showed the things that these kids were doing to help them. It showed that many people had lost their jobs, and they were having to work two jobs. It also showed that they were doing it in their country, and this was a very good thing. This was a very good documentary.


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