Smithereens, Susan Seidelman’s 1982 chronicle of young adults trying to find themselves in post-punk New York City, is probably one of the most rarely-seen products of the ’80s indie film world. However, it was one of the first films of a budding “American indepedent cinema” that screened in competition at the Cannes Film Festival. It also features music by The Feelies, a co-star in Richard Hell, and the first screen appearance of Chris “Mr. Big” Noth. We’re working with Susan to bring the film back to audiences, through CRM. That begins this week, with a special one-weekend-only presentation on Dailymotion:
Following this, you’ll be able to find the film on iTunes, Amazon, cable VOD, and more.