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FOR THE LOVE OF MOD - full trilogy series

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  • Directors: EMMA ROSA DIAS
  • Producers: EMMA ROSA DIAS
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Classification: Exempt
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  • ASIN: B00Z1W6AUQ
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 437,487 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
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DVD 1: 'Faces In The Crowd' - How does mod culture survive while others fade away? Join filmmaker Emma-Rosa Dias on the start of her journey to find out why mod never left. Youth subcultures often come and go over time. They get very popular, very quickly, before being replaced by whichever fad comes next. However, it seems that there is one exception to the rule. Mod culture may have been most visible in the 1960s and 1980s, but the underground scene has always survived and stayed as vibrant as ever. Watch the trailer here: DVD 2: 'For The Love Of Mod London' - After exploring the mod scene in Glasgow, Emma-Rosa Dias turns her attention to London. In this personal and passionate exploration of one of Britain's longstanding subcultures, we meet some of the faces that established London as the hub of mod in the 60s and keep the scene thriving today. With experts in fashion, music, scooters and featuring mods old and young,
For The Love Of Mod - London is an entertaining, educational foray into the world of mod that is not to be missed! Watch the trailer here: DVD 3: "For The Love Of Mod Tokyo' - In this 50 minute documentary and the final in her mod trilogy, filmmaker Emma-Rosa Dias explores the Tokyo Mod scene and discovers how a British subculture thrives in the land of the rising sun. Exploring the modernist scene in Tokyo, Emma discovers first hand how a British subculture thrives 6,000 miles from its spiritual home in London. Meeting some of the faces in the Tokyo scene, we learn exactly what fashion, music, scooters and the modernist lifestyle means to these people. Stylish, classy and as entertaining as the mods who are featured, this documentary is an honest portrayal of the passionate Japanese Mods Watch the trailer here:

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