Don't Stop Dreaming
'If music be the food of love, play on....' William Shakespeare. The movie tells the story of a group of young friends who want to do more than just hang out. They want to leave their mark on the musical scene. Continuing a hand-me-down career is boring and certainly not happening and therefore when three people turn their backs on the wishes of their parents...they front a new career. They form a multi-cultural-ethnic band. The manager is a pretty female vocalist who's father was an Indian pop singer, now faded and retired as a clothing manufacturer and boutique owner. We have an alcoholic singer, who sweeps the streets of the city at night. An afro-Elvis clone, whose father has a respectable sound equipment store, now chucks it all and joins in as the lead guitarist. A Chinese post-university-drummer. He dresses like a girl...much to the disappointment of his mother! A George Harrison hippie remixes the hippie culture. Two waitresses throw their jobs in and join the band as backing singers. A Bank robber has his £4million robbery foiled. Where'swheres the money disappeared to? Pubs sign on this group to play at their venues and soon they enter a competition that will send the winners to America. Do they make it? Do they stick together? Do their parents permit this 'sultry' business? Will their music live on after them?