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Photo by Jim Saah
Photo by Jim Saah

“…an enlightening documentary” –The New York Times

“…an inspiring primer, sure to remind viewers that the power has always been in their hands” –Time Out New York

“…a comprehensive examination of the relatively little-known but highly influential music scene” –The Hollywood Reporter

“…takes a stem-to-stern look at the evolution of the punk scene in our nation’s capitol” –Rolling Stone

“A sharp exploration into what made D.C. punk tick, and how it continues to inspire.” –MTV News

“…provides a solid, borderline exhaustive survey of the Washington, D.C., hardcore punk scene of the 1980s — possibly the nation’s most influential such milieu” –Variety

“Looks to be making a late bid to be the year’s best music doc.” –The Guardian UK

Time Out Magazine’s list of “10 Nonfiction Knockouts” to see at this year’s DOC NYC Film Festival.

“Fascinating insight into the influential Washington DC hardcore punk scene.” –TeamRock

Washingtonian Magazine declared the film “a must-see.”

“Salad Days is a sweat-drenched, scream-sung ode to D.I.Y empowerment…” –Mass Appeal

NME named it one of “12 Music Documentaries To Get Excited About In 2015.

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POP MATTERS
THE WASHINGTON POST Style

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