First, witness punk rock icon Dee Dee Ramone riffing on such subjects as drugs, friends, enemies, loves, and tattoos. Filmmaker Lech Kowalski ("D.O.A.," "Gringo") shot extensive footage of Ramone in 1992 and 10 years later, after Dee Dee's death, turned the footage into the documentary "Hey Is Dee Dee Home" (2003). Also included are Kowalski's bonus shorts "History on My Arms," a playful romp between Ramone and the camera, and "Vom in Paris," which brings Die Toten Hosen drummer Vom Ritchie to the screen to offer his account of a controversial 1989 meeting between Ramone, Johnny Thunders, and Stiv Bators. 113 min. total. Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital stereo; Subtitles: French, Italian, Spanish.