The Boat That Rocked is a comedy where all the romance between young 60s, and pop music. This is a group of DJs who play capture the United Kingdom, the music that defined a generation and there is room for a government which, interestingly, preferred jazz. In 1966 – the fastest time of the British […]
The Boat That Rocked is a comedy where all the romance between young 60s, and pop music. This is a group of DJs who play capture the United Kingdom, the music that defined a generation and there is room for a government which, interestingly, preferred jazz.
In 1966 – the fastest time of the British pop music – the BBC played only 2 hours of rock and roll every week. But the pirate radio stations playing rock and pop of the high seas 24 hours a day. And 25 million people – over half the population of Britain – listened to the pirate everyday.
Made recently by the school), Carl (Sturridge was sent by his mother to find a direction in life by visiting his godfather Quentin. But Quentin is the boss of Radio Rock, a pirate radio station in the middle of the sea Northern populated with a diverse team of n Roll Rock ‘n’ DJs.
They are used by Earl (Seymour Hoffman) – big, bold American, the waves brought God, and completely in love with music. He is loyal to his co-channel Dave (Frost) – an ironic, intelligent and cruelly funny guaranteed, Simon (O’Dowd) – Super Nice and finding true love; Midnight Mark (Wisdom) – mysterious, beautiful and a man of few words, Bob Wee Small Hours – the late night DJ, whose hobbies include folk music and drugs, Thick Kevin (Brooke) – owner of the lowest intelligence of mankind, On-Time -The John (Adamsdale) – the news reader, and Angus’ The Mother Nutsford (Darby) – perhaps the most boring people in the United Kingdom.
Life on the North Sea is rich in events. Simon found the woman of his dreams and marry on the boat … will leave as his wife the next day. Gavin (Ifans) returns from his tour cons drugs from America to its rightful position as the biggest DJ in the UK and this conflicts with the count. And Carl has discovered the opposite sex and that is his real father.
Meanwhile, pirate radio, to the attention of the Minister Dormandy (Branagh) who come for the blood of these criminals. Choking At some point in the corridors of power almost stifling youthful exuberance Dormandy chance to score a political goal, and the Marine Broadcasting Act violations in an effort to prevent hackers and withdraw their baleful influence of the country once and for all gone.
The result is a verbal assault on the high seas with Radio Rock in danger to save the faithful fans come together and stage an epic Dunkirk-style DJ hundred boats to rescue their hero. Some things may come to an end, but rock n ‘roll’ never dies.