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NYT | A Phoenix of a Film Exhumes a Punk Prince

By Indiewire | Indiewire August 3, 2008 at 4:02AM

"It's taken 28 years longer than planned, but thanks to a new biopic and an unlikely Germs reunion, [Darby] Crash might finally become the mythical star that he sacrificed everything to be," writes Marc Spitz, in a New York Times profile today, looking at Rodger Grossman's film about Crash and the Germs, "What We Do Is Secret."
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"It's taken 28 years longer than planned, but thanks to a new biopic and an unlikely Germs reunion, [Darby] Crash might finally become the mythical star that he sacrificed everything to be," writes Marc Spitz, in a New York Times profile today, looking at Rodger Grossman's film about Crash and the Germs, "What We Do Is Secret."





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