B.U.S.T.E.D.

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  • R
  • 1999
  • 1 hr 37 min
  • 5.5  (648)

B.U.S.T.E.D. (originally known as "Everybody Loves Sunshine") directed and written by Andrew Goth, follows the story of two tough guys named Ray and Terry from Manchester, England who decide to change their lives after their prison sentence. Ray is socially withdrawn and desperately wants an alternative direction from the criminal, urban lifestyle that he formerly had with his friends. Conversely,Terry wishes to continue his criminal activities, since the gangs have gotten tougher since they were in prison and he doesn't want to risk losing their powerful street status. The story unfolds as Terry discovers Ray's life choices and difference in focus, which lead them down an unimaginable journey that has fatal results for all that are concerned. The story takes place in Manchester on the crime ridden streets where many rival gangs thrive. The audience will follow Ray and Terry who are not only friends, but cousins, as they share an unbreakable bond after prison, that is presented with some challenges, when there is some friction that forms between the two when Ray decides that the crime ridden lifestyle is not for him and he wishes for a regular lifestyle. Terry, on the other hand, will stop at nothing to get Ray to continue his homage to street life and to reclaim their power in their familiar world of crime. The film stars Andrew Goth as Ray and Goldie as Terry. The story may tear the audience between both Ray and Terry's world, as Ray attempts desperately to start anew. Some may wonder if they will alter their close relationship as family, as well as professional criminals. The film features musician, David Bowie, as Bernie, one of the rival gang leaders, who is trying to establish peace in the community as more killings are happening on the Manchester scene, leaving Ray hesitantly facing a possible decision to go back to his old criminal life.

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B.U.S.T.E.D. (originally known as "Everybody Loves Sunshine") directed and written by Andrew Goth, follows the story of two tough guys named Ray and Terry from Manchester, England who decide to change their lives after their prison sentence. Ray is socially withdrawn and desperately wants an alternative direction from the criminal, urban lifestyle that he formerly had with his friends. Conversely,Terry wishes to continue his criminal activities, since the gangs have gotten tougher since they were in prison and he doesn't want to risk losing their powerful street status.

The story unfolds as Terry discovers Ray's life choices and difference in focus, which lead them down an unimaginable journey that has fatal results for all that are concerned. The story takes place in Manchester on the crime ridden streets where many rival gangs thrive. The audience will follow Ray and Terry who are not only friends, but cousins, as they share an unbreakable bond after prison, that is presented with some challenges, when there is some friction that forms between the two when Ray decides that the crime ridden lifestyle is not for him and he wishes for a regular lifestyle. Terry, on the other hand, will stop at nothing to get Ray to continue his homage to street life and to reclaim their power in their familiar world of crime.

The film stars Andrew Goth as Ray and Goldie as Terry. The story may tear the audience between both Ray and Terry's world, as Ray attempts desperately to start anew. Some may wonder if they will alter their close relationship as family, as well as professional criminals. The film features musician, David Bowie, as Bernie, one of the rival gang leaders, who is trying to establish peace in the community as more killings are happening on the Manchester scene, leaving Ray hesitantly facing a possible decision to go back to his old criminal life.

  • Release Date
    1999
  • MPAA Rating
    R
  • Runtime
    1 hr 37 min
  • Language
    English
  • IMDB Rating
    5.5  (648)