Meet Me In The Bathroom review: Low on insight

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By Adam Bloodworth Spanning a ten-year period between the turn of the millennium and the early 2010s, Meet Me In The Bathroom looks at the rise of the New York indie rock scene. Charting the arrival of bands including The Strokes, Interpol, and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, it also introduces the venues, fledgling companies, and fans that made their noise heard around the world. Will Lovelace and Dylan Southern’s film benefits greatly because the era it’s documenting has been captured on film. This helps to plunge the viewer into the New York of the time, and you really get to know these legendary figu…

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