Pump Up the Volume
Amber said on 2021-11-06:
In this current time where digital media reigns supreme, it is refreshing to see the importance of an analog pirate radio station to a group of Arizona teenagers. Christian Slater plays the anonymous dee-jay named ‘Hard Harry’ whose thought provoking musings and rebellious angst have a strong influence over his listeners. When one of them commits suicide, he inspires the wrath of his high school principal and the FCC is called in to investigate. Larger issues like free speech and teenage rebellion permeate this film which I highly recommend!

Director: Walt Lloyd, Allan Moyle Writer: Allan Moyle
Run time: 105 minutes Release date: 1990-08-22
Floor location: Drama Format: DVD
Production Countries: Canada, United States of America
Spoken Languages: English
Mark Hunter, a lonely high school student, uses his shortwave radio to moonlight as the popular pirate DJ "Hard Harry." When his show gets blamed for a teen committing suicide, the students clash with high school faculty and the authorities.

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