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No Strings Attached

Australia, 2002 (MIFF 2002, Documentary)

Director: Keirnan Fitzpatrick

Raw emotion dominates the 2002 Queensland Air Guitar Championships. JJ Speedball struts his Cherry-Ass rock'n'roll, while Slurvie Ray Vaughan goes menerk, a level above berserk. Is this the stuff of dreams or the greatest rock'n'roll swindle of the 21st century?

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