In 1992, Nirvana, Sir Mix-A-Lot and Whitney Houston rubbed shoulders atop the music charts. “Roseanne” and “Murphy Brown” ruled on TV. And in male-dominated Hollywood, “Basic Instinct” and “A Few Good Men” were Hollywood’s big offerings. But one female director would take the film industry by storm with a scrappy, low-budget comedy about a metalhead cable-access show in Aurora, Illinois.
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