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The storyline of this movie revolves around two characters Dee Snider and Frank Zappa. These two characters give their views against the music and the laws that incorporate it. The story has great emphasis on how the Parents Music Resource Centre was invented and the effects it had on music back in 1985.
In this movie, the events based upon operation of disturbance theory include; the lawyer’s position which is presented by Priestly who sides with the American industry that is associated with recording music. According to the congressional representatives, it is perceived to be having vulgar content. Therefore, to spice up the movie, a group of rock stars characters are involved to ease the situation especially with the parents that are so concerned about the issue. The vital part of the message that is delivered to audience is that, restraint was only permitted when a person was mature enough to take care of his responsibilities as a parent.
When the movie ends, it is like a bizarre where Jason Priestley’s son is shown listening to music. In addition, the fact that Priestly is so much into rap music and the drug deals was an act, which to the society, was deemed indecent. This implies that the attitude people have against particular lyrics and cultures that appear to be offensive to them will repeat itself in the present and the future generations.
By then, the political entrepreneurs and patrons who were available included Jeremy Renner and Marlon Brando. Renner was devoted to theatre work where he got a chance to support series and movies that were featured on Television. Brando on the other hand, was known for concentrating on his talents, which landed him a position as the greatest actor in movies. To interest group politics, pluralism works in a way that causes biasness. In this case, particular organizations develop attitude towards others just by their voices and the black people are the ones who suffer most.