A feature length documentary that follows the relationship of two Japanese men, Yellow and Red, who have been best friends, band mates, and business partners touring the United States in a performance-art punk band called Peelander-Z for the last fifteen years. When Red decides to quit, their relationship is tested by life beyond the band.
Part of Sights on Sounds Summer 2017:
Sunday, July 9, 7 pm: MONTEREY POP (http://bit.ly/2sjk2ZW)
Sunday, July 16, 7 pm: I CALLED HIM MORGAN (http://bit.ly/2sxJ8Xu)
Sunday, July 23, 7 pm: David Byrne Double Feature! Two films for the price of one!
CONTEMPORARY COLOR (http://bit.ly/2tawRFZ)
STOP MAKING SENSE (http://bit.ly/2rE6zdv)
Sunday, July 30, 7 pm: DECONSTRUCTING SGT. PEPPER'S LONELY HEARTS CLUB BAND (http://bit.ly/2rzlp9P)
Sunday, August 6, 7 pm: LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, THE FABULOUS STAINS (http://bit.ly/2s9nsAn)
Sunday, August 13, 7 pm: MAD TIGER (http://bit.ly/2sGzdiG)
Sunday, August 20, 7 pm: TURN IT AROUND: THE STORY OF EAST BAY PUNK (http://bit.ly/2ryZyzq)
Sunday, August 27, 7 pm: RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD (http://bit.ly/2tvo6Ws)
Sunday, September 3, 7 pm: CHUCK BERRY: HAIL, HAIL ROCK 'N' ROLL (http://bit.ly/2ryXqb1)