I Trust You to Kill Me
|Rating:||R (for language)|
|Release Date:||September 8, 2006|
|Running time:||89 minutes|
|Cast:||Greg Velasquez, Rocco DeLuca, Charlie Finelli, Michelle Post, Kiefer Sutherland|
|Distributor:||First Independent Pictures|
Description: Director Manu Boyer explores the ups and downs of an up-and-coming band in the making: Rocco DeLuca and The Burden. As the artists travel with only their instruments and living on a shoe-string budget, we discover their personal lives on the road and an unknown side of Kiefer Sutherland, record label owner and "roadie/tour manager," nurturing his band. Knowing all too well the compromise artists must make to attain goals while staying true to themselves, Kiefer has a sense of compassion toward the band that most major label executives would not possess. We witness first hand the bands' trials and tribulations, sometimes outrageous and sometimes touching simple lifestyles. Kiefer shares his opinions and gives the audience a personal look into his life and his love of great rock and roll music.
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