“I didn’t want to belong to the glam people, alternative people, any of it. I don’t want to be a punk. I just want to be,” Iggy Pop says in Jim Jarmusch’s 2016 documentary “Gimme Danger,” which follows the Stooges’ compelling, chaotic and pioneering lifespan. Through new interviews and archival footage, the film tracks how despite plenty of turmoil and a relatively small body of work, The Stooges impacted multiple generations.
Thursday, Dec. 15Speed Cinema
7 p.m. | $9 ($7 members)