New York Doll, documents Arthur 'Killer' Kane's turbulent life from the band's early drug-induced days to his on-stage return at 55. It won the 2005 Grand Jury Prize at Sundance. This film is pure fun. In fact, the most memorable scene for me is Killer Kane enthusiastically discussing his new stint at the LDS genealogical library. Doll's fan Morrisey also arrives somewhere along the line to give his personal commentary.
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