Debbie Harry & Chris Stein cancelled
Debbie Harry is a musician, actress, activist and the epitome of New York City Cool. She and her band, Blondie, developed a new sound that blended the worlds of rock, punk, disco, reggae, and hip-hop, creating some of the classics of music history. As a muse she collaborated with the greatest artists of the last four decades. But despite a life in the limelight, she always kept her inner life to herself - until now.
In a mixture of frank storytelling and many impressive photos, fan art images and illustrations - many of them unpublished - Face It offers much more than the usual music biography. It is the comprehensive portrait of a real icon.
The wild seventies in New York City, where Blondie, along with the Ramones, Television, Talking Heads, Iggy Pop and David Bowie, spearheaded the punk movement, come alive with all the filth and snot of those days.
Debbie's memoirs follow her way from number one success to heroin addiction, her partner Chris Stone's severe illness, a heartbreaking bankruptcy, the dissolution of Blondie, a multi-faceted career as an actress in over thirty films, a successful solo career, the band's triumphant comeback and their relentless commitment to environmental protection and the rights of the LGBTQ community.
Face It is the cinematic story of a woman who has gone her own way and set new standards as a pioneer for many subsequent artists.
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