A culmination of schlock and Bowie on film: the dystopian dreamscapes of Labyrinth and Absolute Beginners.
If the 70s are regarded as Bowies most experimental and important period—for both music and film—the 80s were his most popular and commercially successful.
In honor of what would have been his 70th year, Five O’Clock surveys the cinematic significance of David Bowie and the schlockternative movement.
Exploring the iconoclastic influence of Ziggy Stardust on film.
Exploring all the things left undone, the simple, do-it-yourself pleasures you somehow failed to master.