Andrew Horn’s narrative on the American rockers debuted in a non-focused sidebar at the Dutch celebration
Much like the unbelievable glitz metal band who’s grindingly challenging ascent to acclaim it affectionately narratives, stun rock-doc We Are Twisted Fucking Sister! is externally “questionable” (foulness in the title!), basically routine, however, extremely enthralling. Programmed catnip for fans and compensating for those beforehand not interested in or even threatening towards the veteran Long Island combo, this influential paean to sheer bleeding minded industriousness flies by through the span of 136 charming, frequently diverting minutes.
A beyond any doubt fire crowd-pleaser for film-celebrations on the back of well-gotten world-debut screenings at Amsterdam’s prestigious IDFA, the US-German co-creation warrants workmanship house circulation in those numerous regions where Twisted Sister hold a steadfast faction taking after. Made with the outfit’s endorsement and broad on-screen association, essayist executive maker Andrew Horn’s late catch up to The Nomi Song (2004) likewise has the makings of a lucrative little screen offering sometime later.