tudio 54, which opened its doors 41 years ago, had one rule: “Anyone who was allowed in was totally free inside.” Or so says a new documentary of the same name about the rise and fall of the legendary nightclub, which made its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this week. The illuminating biopic, directed by Matt Tyrnauer, not only pulls back the curtains on the club’s founders - Steve Rubell, the larger-than-life figurehead, and Ian Schrager, his modest, all-business counterpart - but also the infectious energy, unbridled excess, and astronomical star power that made it the Shangri-La of New York City in the late 70s. And with its raw video footage of the packed, neon-lit dance floor, and deluge of iconic stills, from Diana Ross presiding over the DJ booth to Bianca Jagger arriving on a white horse, Studio 54 serves as a reminder that beyond the club’s velvet ropes, beauty thrived. In fact, it was a free-for-all.
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