Jesse Page is an ex-convict whom wants to go straight, but has problems with his former cell mate Larry whom wants Jesse's help with his friends for a drug deal. But when the deal goes sour and the thugs whom try to rip them off end up getting killed, Jesse and the others are forced to flee. Jesse and Larry hide out in an dilapidated motel in the California desert where Jesse decides on a change by going to Detroit to join a band he played at. But with Larry tagging along, brings up more complications, as well as the eccentric motel owner Edsel and his crazed ex-stripper wife Hester, while the drug dealers slowly begin to close in on all of them. Written by
MTV News visited the set of the film during production for a report, but they were unable to get any information out of co-star Emily Lloyd. When asked to give her take on the script and its characters, Lloyd responded, "I don't know what this picture is about because I haven't seen it." See more »
Written by Georg Dolivo & Harry Cody
Performed by Das Cabal See more »
I liked Boogie boy a lot. I think it was a good film. It did have a plot. It was about friendship and loyalty as well as drugs. Mark Dacascos was pretty good but I think Jaimz Woolvett was even better,but Joan Jett was by far the one who was really doing the best acting. She was very good with her small little part and I think many who see this film will remember her more then they will remember the two leads. I also really enjoyed the movie's soundtrack.
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