An Intense Mockumentary with Range. The cinematography is bold. This laughs are thorough. And the characters are real.James McDonald takes some actors, a bus, a few desolate locations, and turns them into something to talk about. The realism is amazing. We really feel as if we are peeking into the lives of an aging punk band. Joe Dick's character is despisable and addictive. He's the boy that never grew up. His fatal flaws are sadly apparent and make anyone put out sympathy for him. Billy stays looking cool from beginning to end. He seems the most rational. The strange brotherhood between Billy and Joe led me into a sort of hypnotic interest watching their developing relationship become explosive. The other two band members are both equally pathetic while providing adequate comic relief. The crew gets a great shot of Pipefitter popping his head out the top of the bus and enjoying the view. It is a sequence unlike anything else you will ever see.The bizarre humanness of the characters builds and builds until the final jolt when you suddenly realize you've been glued to the screen.