Pistoleros - Pistoleros: Death, Drugs And Rock N'roll (DVD)

Pistoleros - Pistoleros: Death, Drugs And Rock N'roll (DVD)

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Pistoleros is a remarkable story about strong Latino family bonds, music, faith, and redemption, tested by addiction and the music scene.

Pistoleros is the inspiring true story of brothers Mark and Lawrence Zubia. The two grew up in a large Mexican-American family in Arizona. Musicians from an early age in their father's Mariachi group, the brothers formed several bands at the forefront of the 1990's Tempe music scene made famous by Billboard charting artists such as Gin Blossoms, Jimmy Eat World and The Refreshments. The band was co-founded with ex Gin Blossoms leader Doug Hopkins and the brothers. After the early death of Hopkins, and despite landing a million dollar major label record deal, Mark and Lawrence's fortunes were repeatedly tested by alcoholism, suicide and opioid addiction.
Pistoleros explores The Zubia Brothers' complex relationship through interviews with Lawrence and Mark, family members, doctors, colleagues, bandmates, their record label, journalists and through The Zubia's incredible song catalog.
Pistoleros is a remarkable documentary personifying strong Latino family bonds, music,
faith, and redemption; leading to the conclusion that where there's breath . . . there's hope.

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Bonus Materials

  • Pistoleros Music Videos
  • Deleted scenes and interviews

 

Cast & Crew

Actors:
  •       Mark Zubia as Self
  •       Laurence Zubia as Self
  •       Mike Moore as Former Atty General, Mississippi
  •       Grant Woods as Former Attorney General, Azizona
  •       Robin Wilson as Of the Gin Blossoms
  •       Chris Kirkwood as Of the Meat Puppets
  •       Ed Masley as Journalist

Director: Steven B. Esparza

Additional Details

Label: POP TWIST

Genre: Alternative/Punk

Language: English

Run Time: 63 mins

Region: 0

Release Date: 11/04/22

UPC: 760137111603