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Interlaced with old movie clips and other pop-culture fragments, “Gimme Danger” is visually kinetic, designed to be “respectful of the Stooges’ musical style,” Jarmusch says, “which means raw, primitive, sophisticated, funny, entertaining, emotional, coloring outside the lines a little bit.”The film traces the tale from Pop's early days growing up in an Ypsilanti trailer, through the Stooges' woodshedding on the Detroit scene and turbulent major-label stint, and eventually to the reunion years of the 2000s.► Related: What the critics are saying about ‘Gimme Danger’► Related: Iggy Pop, Don Was talk Detroit music at the Majestic► Related: Detroit's 100 Greatest Songs Pop emphasizes that while it may be the Stooges’ story, “Gimme Danger” is very much Jarmusch’s film.“I saw an opportunity for the group to be involved in what I would call a greater work of art, from a perspective outside the whims and fantasies of the performers or the desires of any marketing group,” Pop says. ' "Director Jim Jarmusch (right) and Iggy Pop pose for a photo on the red carpet before the screening of Jarmusch's new Stooges documentary ' Gimme Danger' at the Detroit Film Theatre at the Detroit Institute of Arts on Tuesday October 25, 2016.
Pop and Jarmusch are creative kindred spirits — radicals in their respective fields — and their rapport together is lively and laugh-filled as they gather in a suburban Detroit hotel suite to talk about the film.
We’d drive all day, stay overnight in a motel then drive for another day, sometimes to play to just 50 people in a bar.
We went across the Arizona desert twice in a heatwave with no air conditioning.
Pop says Homme sent him a "shitty demo labeled ' Shitty Demo' that began with this steel drum and vibraphone motif." That's an unusual underbelly for a song from a punk idol, but the lyrical examination of whether or not there's an American equivalent of the Norse realm of Valhalla—now that fits right in with a post landscape.