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SLC Punk! ()


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In the early 1980s Stevo, and Heroin Bob are the only two dedicated punks in conservative Salt Lake City.

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Stevo
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Bob (as Michael Goorjian)
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Trish
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Sandy
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Dad
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Sean
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Mike
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Eddie
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Mark
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John the Mod (as Jimmy Duval)
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Brandy
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Jennifer
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Chris
Christina Karras ...
Jamie
Russell Peacock ...
Jones (as Russ Peacock)
Christopher Ogden ...
Young Stevo
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Young Bob
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Mom (as McNally Sagel)
Scott Brady ...
Bouncer
Vaughn McBride ...
Liquor Store Man
Janice Knickrehm ...
Liquor Store Woman
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Liquor Store Lady
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Liquor Store Fellow
Stephanie Shumway ...
Jules
Eric Robertson ...
Doctor
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Nurse
Mary Bishop ...
Sean's Mother
Dominic Gortat ...
Poser
Evan O'Meara ...
ECP Singer / Extreme Corporal Punishment
Elizabeth Westwood ...
Hot Babe
Glade Quinn ...
Cowboy #1
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Cowboy #2
Don Walsh ...
Bob's Dad
Adam Lawson ...
Russ
Brandon Klock ...
Tom
Kassandra Metos ...
Little Girl
Brad Slocum ...
Teller
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Clothing Store Woman
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Fast Food Clerk (as Tracey Pfau)
The 8 Bucks Experiment ...
Extreme Corporal Punishment
Dan Epstein ...
Extreme Corporal Punishment (as Daniel Epstein)
Paige O'Meara ...
Extreme Corporal Punishment
Preston O'Meara ...
Extreme Corporal Punishment
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Frank L. Bare II ...
Police Officer (uncredited)
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Freaky Deaky / Punk in 'Explanation of Fight' Slide (uncredited)
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Keg Girl (uncredited)
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Keg Boy (uncredited)

Directed by

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James Merendino

Written by

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James Merendino ... (written by)

Produced by

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Jan de Bont ... executive producer
Katrina Fernandez ... associate producer
Tam Halling ... co-producer
Andrea Kreuzhage ... executive producer
Sam Maydew ... producer
Michael Peyser ... executive producer
Glenn Salloum ... associate producer
Peter Ward ... producer

Cinematography by

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Greg Littlewood

Editing by

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Esther P. Russell

Editorial Department

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Shimit Amin ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Risa Bramon Garcia
Randi Hiller

Production Design by

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Charlotte Malmlöf

Set Decoration by

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Adriana Verwey

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Fiora Boes ... (as Fiora)

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Shelley Brien ... department head hair
Tania Saylor ... key makeup artist / makeup department head

Production Management

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Tam Halling ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Matias Alvarez ... assistant director
Joshua S. Ashdown ... second assistant director: second unit
Win Whittaker ... assistant director

Art Department

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Scott Arneman ... property master

Sound Department

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Douglas Cameron ... production sound mixer
Russell Farmarco ... assistant sound editor
Michael Ferdie ... adr editor / production sound editor
Warren Kleiman ... adr mixer / foley mixer / re-recording mixer
William S. Knight ... assistant production sound editor
Ai-Ling Lee ... assistant sound editor
Dennis Patterson ... re-recording mixer
Walter Spencer ... co-supervising sound editor
Derek Vanderhorst ... sound effects editor
Elmo Weber ... sound designer / supervising sound editor

Visual Effects by

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Wendy Rogers ... visual effects supervisor

Stunts

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Frank L. Bare II ... stunts
Chad Camilleri ... stunts
Jeff Chumas ... stunts
Peter Epstein ... stunts
Kathy Jarvis ... stunt double
Jeff Johnson ... stunts / utility stunts
Tom Proctor ... stunts
Fenton Quinn ... stunt coordinator
Glade Quinn ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Michael Kowal ... key grip
Robert Lowe ... electrician
Keith Ogier ... first assistant camera
Adam Smith ... best boy / electric
Brian Webster ... camera assistant

Casting Department

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Janet Farris ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Giovanna Zompa ... costume supervisor

Music Department

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Melanie Miller ... music supervisor

Script and Continuity Department

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Suzanne Bingham ... script supervisor

Transportation Department

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Ernest von Hauff ... driver

Additional Crew

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Kathy Hall ... assistant accountant
Simon Miya ... craft service
Massimo Nouhra ... production financing
Laura Pratt ... production assistant
Audra Rodgers ... pre-production coordinator (as Audra Cervantes)
Peter Tolle ... production accountant
Rorie D. van Klaveren ... assistant production coordinator
Aukai Ligairi ... production intern (uncredited)

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Holly MacConkey ... in memory of

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Plot Summary

Stevo and Heroin Bob are two typical average anarchist punks of the kind that could be seen all over New York City or the UK in the early-to-mid-1980s. These two, however, live in the most religiously-oppressive place in America: Salt Lake City, Utah; so they are viewed as and treated like aliens or devil worshippers by all the local "rednecks". After they graduate college in 1985, they decide that the only way to rebel against the system is to do nothing, waste their educated minds, and keep the party going. But with his dad hounding him to go to Harvard Law, Heroin Bob getting a girlfriend, and a growing doubt in his belief system, Stevo can't help but feel that the good times could be over and it's time to move on. But what if moving on proves the one thing he's not ready to know: that he might just be a poser after all?. Written by T.S. Abupabup

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Also Known As
  • SLC Punk (United States)
  • Punk! (Germany)
  • Punk story (Spain)
  • SLC PUNK!!! (Japan, Japanese title)
  • Панкери из Солт Лејк Ситија (Serbia)
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  • 97 min
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Box Office

Opening Weekend United States $36,218, 16 Apr 1999

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Trivia Matthew Lillard's character, Stevo, was originally to have bleached-blond hair, but when he got the bleach job, the peroxide burned Lillard's scalp, leaving a hideous mess. Dyeing his hair blue was a way to hide it. See more »
Goofs After Stevo yells at the kid with the Union Jack patch, the kid walks off in the background and his jacket has the Operation Ivy logo on it--a band that was formed in 1987. The movie takes place in 1985. See more »
Movie Connections Edited from Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). See more »
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Quotes Stevo: Wait, time out. I just wanted to ask real quick, if I can. You believe in rebellion, freedom and love, right?
Mom: Absolutely, yes.
Dad: Rebellion, freedom, love.
Stevo: You two are divorced. So love failed. Two: Mom, you're a New Ager, clinging to every scrap of Eastern religion that may justify why the above said love failed. Three: Dad, you're a slick, corporate, preppy-ass lawyer. I don't really have to say anything else about you do I dad? Four: You move from New York City, the Mecca and hub of the cultural world to Utah! Nowhere! To change nothing! More to perpetuate this cycle of greed, fascism and triviality. Your movement of the people, by and for the people got you... nothing! You just hide behind some lost sense of drugs, sex and rock and roll. Ooooh, Kumbaya! I am the future! I am the future of this great nation which you, father, so arrogantly saved this world for. Look, I have my own agenda. Harvard, out. University of Utah, in. I'm gonna get a 4.0 in damage. I love you guys! Don't get me wrong, it's all about this. But for the first time in my life, I'm 18 and I can say "FUUUUUCK YOU!"
Dad: Steven, I didn't sell out son. I bought in. Keep that in mind. That kid's gonna make a hell of a lawyer, huh?
Mom: Yeah, he takes after his father. He's a son of a bitch.
Dad: Well, fuck you, dear.
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