Based on the story of Mike Peters’ true rock and roll hoax of 2004, VINYL tells how a group of washed-up rockers hoodwinked top record labels, radio DJs, and the entire rock music world by releasing a pop punk single under a fictitious teenage band’s name…now they just need to teach this rowdy bunch of kids what true punk spirit is all about!
In Sara Sugarman’s VINYL, much-loved British icons Phil Daniels and Keith Allen return to the big screen, supported by a sensational young cast, with charismatic newcomer Jamie Blackley delivering a standout performance that’s sure to mark him out as one to watch in 2013. Watch the old guard teach these young upstarts how to talk the talk and walk the walk before un-leashing them and their single upon the nation!
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