My Chemical Romance emo protest to be turned into film

Emo vs The Daily Mail filmed for documentary

The protest by My Chemical Romance fans against the Daily Mail’s coverage of emo at the weekend (May 31) has been filmed for a documentary.

Internet music site Audio Junkies filmed the protest and have posted a trailer online already (watch it below).

Entitled Emo protest vs Daily Mail, the documentary covers the protest and includes footage of fans tearing up a Daily Mail newspaper as well as interviews with gathered protestors.


Comments on the video trailer on range from supportive to very negative.

It is unknown when the full-length version of the film will be released.

My Chemical Romance fans protested outside the Daily Mail’s office following articles published in the paper that branded emo a ‘suicide cult’, although the Daily Mail defended its coverage as ‘balanced and restrained’.

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