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I Trust You to Kill Me (2006)

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A new band trying to find their audience as they tour through Europe. Kiefer Sutherland stops at nothing in his effort to try and make this happen.

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Credited cast:
David Beste
Ryan Carman
Greg Velasquez
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Charlie Finelli ... Himself
Michelle Post ... Herself
Rocco DeLuca & The Burden ... Themselves
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A new band trying to find their audience as they tour through Europe. Kiefer Sutherland stops at nothing in his effort to try and make this happen.

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Documentary | Music

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Rated R for language
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22 April 2006 (USA)  »

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Opening Weekend USA:

$5,888, 10 September 2006, Limited Release

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$12,737, 1 October 2006
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The world premiere for this music documentary was held at the Nashville Film Festival. See more »

Quotes

Jon Cassar: Yo Keif, you a pirate, man.
Kiefer Sutherland: That would explain everything.
[jumps into Christmas tree with comedically well-timed opera music in background]
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References 24 (2001) See more »

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awesome for fans
24 August 2006 | by See all my reviews

i absolutely loved this documentary (rockumentary, really), but, as the poster above me mentioned, it's not that great if you're not a fan of kiefer or rocco & friends (honestly, i'm not really sure why you'd get a documentary about someone if you're not interested in them *shrugs*). i happen to be a huge fan of kiefer's (if the name didn't give you a clue) and recently a large fan of rocco deluca and the burden. forgive me for not going into detail about it, but the previous poster covered a lot, and i don't have the time. short and simple: for fans- obviously a must have. for *ah-hem* "non-fans"- you probably don't wanna waste your time watching a documentary about someone you're not interested in.


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