David N. Meyer
Family saga of brothers Barry, Robin, and Maurice Gibb, riddled with astonishing highs--especially as the Bee Gees became the definitive band of the disco era, fueled by Saturday Night Fever--and crashing lows, including the tragic drug-fueled downfall of youngest brother, Andy. A whole new generation of fans has rediscovered the undeniable grooves and harmonies that made the Bee Gees--and songs like Stayin' Alive , How Deep is Your Love, To Love...
Criterion collection volume 414
Drag racing east from L.A. in a souped-up '55 Chevy are the wayward Driver and Mechanic, accompanied by the tag along Girl. Along the way, they challenge another driver in a '70 Pontiac GTO to a cross-country race, with their pink slips as the prize.