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Boot Factory: The Lech Kowalsk

Boot Factory: The Lech Kowalsk

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Documentarian Lech Kowalski, While visiting Krakow met one of his film's fans, a Polish punk-rocker-turned-entrepreneur named Lukasz Siska. Instantly inspired, Kowalski followed Siska back to the Cockney Underground Boot Factory--the aforementioned boot factory--in order to look into the lives of people whose existences revolve around hard music, hard partying, and serious capitalism.

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When at a critical artistic and financial juncture, most bands either disband entirely or reform into another band with a few changes in personnel. Almost no band sidelines its musical endeavors entirely in order to reform into a moderately successful and highly-fashionable boot manufacturing business, but documentarian Lech Kowalski takes a look at one such collective with his 2002 film Boot Factory. While visiting Krakow, Poland to promote his film DOA, Kowalski met one of his film's fans, a Polish punk-rocker-turned-entrepreneur named Lukasz Siska. Instantly inspired, Kowalski followed Siska back to the Cockney Underground Boot Factory--the aforementioned boot factory--in order to look into the lives of people whose existences revolve around hard music, hard partying, and serious capitalism.

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