Thunderstruck The time is 1991. The location is Sydney. The event is AC/DC’s Razor Edge Tour. And in the thick of the mosh pit are five boys: Sonny, Ben, Lloyd, Sam and Ronnie, having a pearler of a time. When the concert concludes, the boys head on up to the VIP room…and are promptly thrown out. They then proceed out the back alleyway and by sheer chance, owing to a poster of former AC/DC member Bon Scott, the boys escape a near-death experience. Thinking Bon is sending them a message, they sign a contract which says the first to die will be buried by the other four next to Bon in Fremantle Cemetery. Twelve years on, the boys have gone their separate ways. Sonny is a stay-at-home without a job, Sam has been passed between several jobs, Lloyd is into unsavoury activities involving drugs, Ben is a supermarket worker, and Ronnie – perhaps the only successful one – is a jingle creator. Pity his wife Molly is divorcing him but she’s only interested in herself and her music. Some of the boys keep in …
Thunderstruck I’ve seen this wonderful and charming feelgood film at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. It was a great pleasure and I went to the screening twice as it was just great fun!
Everybody who came out of the screening was in a good mood and had a smile in his face. That’s the magic cinema can be!
This film gets you without a well-known cast. A different kind of road movie with strange and funny characters. You don’t have to be an AC/DC fan to like the film. It has a great cast, huge talented director and amazing locations. A real thunderstruck with a superb soundtrack that takes you on a spectacular rock’n roll journey.
Treasure Of The Yankee Zephyr