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Rude Boy

An angry young rebel is hired by the punk rock group 'The Clash' as a roadie. A realistic, documentary-like character study with excellent concert footage. Stars Ray Gange, David Mingay and The Clash.

Year: 1980
Genre: Music Capsule, Cult Films / After Dark
Country: UK
Director: David Mingay, Jack Hazan
Starring: Ray Gange, The Clash, Johnny Green, Barry Baker
Duration: 127 Minutes
Rating: R13 - Contains sex scenes and offensive language.
6.6/10
Location in store: Cult

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