Director: Greg Olliver, Wes Orshoski
“More than any other rock musician, he is the baddest motherfucker in the world.” - Dave Grohl
Lemmy Kilmister and God get in a fight, who wins? Trick question, Lemmy is God. Alice Cooper, Lars Ulrich, Ozzy Osbourne and a cast of thousands attest to this fact as we go on the road with Motörhead and get an insight into the hard-rock life and times of one of the greatest forebears of heavy metal.
With his imposing stage-presence, a penchant for Nazi memorabilia and the adulation of millions of fans around the world Lemmy remains a throwback to non-commercial rockers of the past. Unchanged and unaffected, with Lemmy what you see is what you get: a living legend.
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