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NOT FADE AWAY

A Fan's Production Liner Notes

by David Wild

"When the mode of the music changes, the walls of the city shake"
-- Plato

"I Can't Get No Satisfaction"
-- The Rolling Stones

NOT FADE AWAY, David Chase's deeply felt love letter to the music of the Sixties, is a film about dreams that come true -- and the ones that never do. For Chase, "It's about anybody who has ever had a dream and about what it takes to actually realize that dream. Rock & roll is at the heart of the movie because for some of the characters, rock music is the gateway to transcendence, but it doesn't end there."

Traditionally, most rock & roll movies have focused on the agony and ecstasy of "making it" on a grand scale, usually with thousands of fans screaming in the background. As a rule, we witness some band of brothers' rise and fall, then their crash and burn, and perhaps the eventual resurrection. As one might expect from a man best known as the creator of the groundbreaking television series THE SOPRANOS, NOT FADE AWAY is not your average rock & roll movie. Instead, this is an intimate, powerful, alternately painful and funny drama about coming of age and the sort of indelible memories -- musical and otherwise -- that end up making us who we are.

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