The siblings Patty and Joe Rasnick live in an industrial suburb in Cleveland, Ohio. While Patty is focused on their rock band, The Barbusters, Joe also cares for the family and the upbringing of Patty's young son, Benji. Their pious mother reproaches them for their way of life, especially when they quit their jobs and go on tour, taking Benji with them. However, when their mother is dying of terminal cancer, they return home and resolve their problems with her. Written by
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"La rage au ventre, la musique dans la peau." (Rage in the belly, music in the skin) - France DVD case
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The final scene, where the Barbusters perform in front of an adoring crowd, was shot twice. Bits of the first version can be seen in the music video for the song "Light of Day" (where Joan Jett
's hair is in a noticeably different, fluffier style). Rolling Stone magazine reported that Jett was not happy with the first version, and asked that it be re-shot. Director Paul Schrader
said, "I was about to leave the set and wait out the storm in my trailer, but I listened to her arguments, and decided she was right." See more
Music is all that matters. One hour on stage makes up for the other 23.
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Written by Ian Hunter
Published by April Music, Inc. - ASCAP Ian Hunter Music - ASCAP
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Performed by Ian Hunter
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