No No: A Dockumentary (2014)



No No: A Dockumentary justifies its existence (and price of admission) within its opening moments, providing actual footage of professional baseball player Dock Ellis of the Pittsburgh Pirates pitching an erratic no-hitter against the San Diego Padres on June 12, 1970. It is the central incident of the film (out now in theaters and VOD) and one of the great modern folktales: the guy who threw a no-hitter on LSD. Already the subject of a massively viral and perfect Internet short animating Ellis’ telling, filmmaker Jeff Radice’s new 100-minute film presents a rich portrait of a subject worthy of a feature-length documentary whether he achieved one of the greatest feats in sports while tripping on acid or not.

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