- 1 hr 55 min
The 1998 film Instrument is a documentary about director Jem Cohen and the band Fugazi. It chronicles their interaction and the life changing experiences they go through. It also portrays interviews with fans who frequented Fugazi shows through the years. There are some notable scenes about the band. Such as when they performed for inmates at a correctional facility. Or when the band plays at a Philadelphia college, where a band member performs by hanging upside down. For a public access television show, an interview is conducted by an eight grade girl. For music lovers the movie is an enjoyable time.