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An affectionate portrait, not only of Nomi, but also of the long-gone days when downtown Manhattan was an affordable enclave for creative misfits.
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The film fittingly embraces the elements of camp and kitsch that played such a major role in defining the Nomi persona.
An absorbing homage to obscure but fascinating late '70s-early '80s German stage artiste Klaus Nomi.
Horn, who knew Nomi, does an excellent job of evoking the exhilaratingly hedonistic period the film covers as well as the long shadow that the coming of AIDS casts over it.
Intriguing and affecting documentary.
Forget Devo, Nico, Bowie, or Beefheart: The most mesmerizing freak show in the history of rock & roll was Klaus Nomi.
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