DEGREES: The feature where we use our brushes with celebrity to Kevin Bacon our way to director and noted terrible person, Uwe Boll.
You guys, boylorne is totes famous, 4 rlz.
Here’s why: The White Stripes’ “Under Great White Northern Lights” documents the band’s summer 2007 tour across Canada and contains live concert and off-stage footage. During the tour, the band played a “one-note show” — a very short free concert consisting of just a single note — which appears at the start of the film. The one-note show is featured in the first 30 seconds of the movie:
Who is that fresh-face, and is not too commercial or catalogue, but evokes high-fashion? Why, it’s boylorne.
Anyway, boylorne was within metres of Jack White, one half of the White Stripes, who recorded “Van Lear Rose” with Loretta Lynn.
Loretta Lynn appeared in “Johnny Cash’s America”, which also featured Snoop Dogg. In this next clip, Snoop appears more lucid than he does in the entirety of “Snoop Dogg’s Hood of Horror”.
And Snoop Dogg was featured in “Pauly Shore is Dead”, which also featured Michael Madsen.
And Michael Madsen was in “Bloodrayne”…
… which was directed by…