The movie potrayed a new punk band, The Stains consisted female line-up with hair dyed to resemble a skunk and a see-through blouse worn over a pair of bikini briefs, hailed as a new voice of feminism and female empowerment.
Shot in British Columbia, Canada, the film featured Diane Lane, Ray Winstone, Christine Lahti, ex-Sex Pistols Steve Jones and Paul Cook, along with Paul Simonon from The Clash, and Vince Welnick and Fee Waybill from The Tubes. Los Angeles punk icon Black Randy from Black Randy and the Metrosquad makes an appearance as himself and as "Mexican Randy". There are brief appearances by Elizabeth Daily as a hotel maid, and Brent Spiner. Musician Barry Ford plays the busdriver named Lawnboy. Ford wrote the majority of the soundtrack including the title song "All Washed Up"; which features Jones, Cook, and Simonon.
Fans of the film include musician/actor Courtney Love, musician/actor Jon Bon Jovi (who dated Stains star Diane Lane in the 1980s), Paul and Ariel Awesome of the lpunk fanzine Maximumrocknroll, Beat the Geeks "Movie Geek" Marc Edward Heuck, writer/podcaster Jake Fogelnest, and underground filmmaker Sarah Jacobson, as well as musician/actress Kate Nash who revealed in a web interview that she dyed her hair to match Corinne's. In 2000, Jacobson directed, with Sam Green, a short documentary on the film for the IFC television show Split Screen.
Director : Lou Adler
Language : English
Duration : 87 minutes
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