Probably the best portrayal of the ’50s rebel culture has working-class Brit Jim MacLaine (David Essex) with a chip on his shoulder – due to his father abandoning the family – and doesn’t care about school; he’s into rock ‘n’ roll. His friend Mike (Ringo Starr) is no more responsible but gets Jim some jobs. But after everything, Jim sees fit only – and I mean ONLY – to play music.
Aside from the fact that this was a really good movie, I should identify that there was a sequel called “Stardust”. I’ve never seen that one, as it’s never been released on DVD. WHY NOT?! Considering how good this one was, why can’t the latter get released on