In Search of La Che
|In Search of La Che|
|Directed by||Mark Ferguson|
|Written by||Andy McEwan
|Starring||Duncan Airlie James
|Music by||Paul Massie|
|Editing by||Chris Quick|
|Studio||Quick Off The Mark Productions|
|Running time||71 minutes|
In Search of La Che is a spoof documentary following music fan John Tavish in his quest to retrace the steps of missing Scottish rock star, Roxy La Che.
Like many who grew up in the 1980s, John Tavish enjoyed the music of rock legend Roxy La Che. After years transforming the face of music, Roxy was caught up in the lethal potassium drug craze that swept the nation for many years. Despite twice being admitted to rehab, Roxy never fully recovered and disappeared in 1994 without a trace.
Now 15 years after his disappearance, John Tavish goes in search of his hero and finally solve the mystery of what happened to Roxy La Che.
- Duncan Airlie James as John Tavish
- Paul Massie as Roxy La Che
- Neil Francis as Archie Munro
- Kyle Calderwood as Larry
- Craig Walker as Hector "Blitzkrieg"" Wallace
- Dave Wills as Gary Pringle
- Allan Thornton as Shimmy Quiffer
- Steve Nallon as Margaret Thatcher (Voice)
- Lynn Murray as The Nurse
Release and reception
The film received a positive review from Flicker Magazine in the United Kingdom but in the United States the film failed to amuse American audiences with many blaming the thick Scottish dialect