About the Film
This is an affectionate documentary portrait of Arthur “Killer” Kane, the bassist for the legendary proto-punk band New York Dolls. The band’s mid-70s glittering career faltered leaving Kane empty after his brush with stardom. After hitting bottom, he rebounded thanks to his conversion to the Church of Latter-day Saints working for years at the LDS family library in Los Angeles.
Kane’s unguarded, eccentric personality drives this bittersweet memento of a life filled with twists and turns.
An affectionate and winning portrait. – Time Out New York