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.


Manu Boyer



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Credited cast:
David Beste David Beste
Ryan Carman Ryan Carman
Greg Velasquez Greg Velasquez
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jon Cassar ... Self
Rocco DeLuca ... Self
Charlie Finelli Charlie Finelli ... Self
Michelle Post Michelle Post ... Self
Rocco DeLuca & The Burden Rocco DeLuca & The Burden ... Themselves
Kiefer Sutherland ... Self


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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The world premiere for this music documentary was held at the Nashville Film Festival. See more »


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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Referenced in Christmas Cruelty! (2013) See more »

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Artistic and mournful....perfect
11 November 2006 | by Purity_of_Essence87See all my reviews

This is not a music documentary - not solely, anyway. It documents the journey of two separate artists and their transformations not only through life, but on the tour featured within the film. Though the movie is about Rocco Deluca and his band and music, Kiefer Sutherland plays an intricate and intregal part.

The parallels between the two men, like absent fathers, make a connection that doesn't need to be explained. The pain of the artist(s) is made clear, and both men's honesty and openness to the camera makes for wonderful film.

Rarely have I seen a celebrity, let alone one of Sutherland's caliber, be so clear and so true while being filmed in a private setting. Sutherland's words obviously come from the heart, and he reveals so much about who he is. It's more than impressive.

Everyone should listen to Rocco's music. A wonderful songwriter and even better performer, he and his band, The Burden (Dave, Ryan, and Greg) have a unique and moving sound quality. Something I particularly noticed was when Rocco plays, it's like everything else fades back. You can't help but be mesmerized.

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22 April 2006 (USA) See more »

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I Trust You to Kill Me See more »

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Berlin, Germany See more »


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$5,888, 10 September 2006

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