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An inspiring documentary that chronicles the rise, fall and resurrection of '80s metal band Quiet Riot. The career of Frankie Banali, the band's drummer, reached a serious crossroads when his singer and best friend Kevin DuBrow died in 2007. Years later, Banali realizes he must forge ahead and make a new life for himself and his daughter and he goes on a quest to reunite the band and fill the immense void left by his bandmate.
This film takes a trip back through time to the decade of debauchery and decadence. Funny, deeply personal and poignant exploration of Frankie's long time friendship with his band mate Kevin DuBrow. The cocaine culture of the 80's that they were deeply embroiled in and which ultimately tore them apart…forever. At times both gut-wrenchingly painful, yet sometimes sidesplittingly hilarious, we see him go through the emotional feat of trying to fill the void left by his singer and friend Kevin DuBrow and continue on with Quiet Riot.