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Rock school - Paul Green and the pupils of the Philadelphia Rock School, Don Argott

Threat advisory: Elevated - Significant risk of entertaining activities

Movie propaganda

Do you love this song? Do you love rock? Do you love… Satan? These are the questions posed by Paul Green - the owner, teacher and self-titled Uberlord of Rock School. Passionate about his craft, Green habitually transforms from a calm and sensitive music teacher to a genuine "Monster of Rock". His outrageous outbursts and tantrums cause tears of both laughter and pain, but ultimately this is the story of a man whose heart beats to the drum of Rock 'n' Roll. His quest to pass on the legacy of Rock to a new generation of kids is hilarious yet ultimately inspiring - as is the respect the kids have for their totally insane music teacher.

Persons of interest

  • Don Argott .... Director

Cinematic intelligence sources

Intelligence analyst

Special Agent Matti

Theatrical report

Rock school is a frank look at a medium-sized fish in a small pond. Like all prophets, Paul Green is not a little unbalanced but he seems to get the job done, bumbling through with the assistance of actual musicians (as opposed to self-defined teachers). The trip to Germany is a hoot. Enjoy, you rocksters, you.

Security censorship classification

M (Medium level coarse language)

Surveillance time

93 minutes (1:33 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: 7 July 2005
DVD rental: 5 October 2005
VHS rental: 5 October 2005
Disc: 7 July 2010

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