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The 1960s mantra "Drugs, sex and rock-and-roll" sets sail aboard a floating radio station strategically positioned in international waters, but close enough to be heard on England's shores. Captained by a DJ known as "The Count" (Philip Seymour Hoffman), the illegally broadcasted radio waves capture both the rebellious heart of UK youth and the attention of the stern and controlling British Government.

Pirate Radio

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Note: Pirate Radio was previously titled The Boat That Rocked.

Synopsis:

The 1960s mantra “Drugs, sex and rock-and-roll” sets sail aboard a floating radio station strategically positioned in international waters, but close enough to be heard on England’s shores. Captained by a DJ known as “The Count” (Philip Seymour Hoffman), the illegally broadcasted radio waves capture both the rebellious heart of UK youth and the attention of the stern and controlling British Government.