Terminal City Ricochet

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Terminal City Ricochet
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Directed by Zale Dalen
Produced by John Conti
Dan Howard
Written by John Conti
Ken Lester
Bill Mullan
Phil Savath
Al Thurgood
Starring Peter Breck
Germain Houde
Jello Biafra
Gabe Kouth
Music by J. Douglas Dodd
Cinematography Paul Sarossy
Edited by Haida Paul
Release date(s) 1990 (Canada)
Running time 107 min.
Language English

Terminal City Ricochet is a 1990 film by director Zale Dalen. The name was taken from a hockey team called the Terminal City Ricochets.[1]

Starring Jello Biafra (of The Dead Kennedys), Terminal City Ricochet is a dystopian comedy critical of television and its collusion with government and consumerism. Terminal City Ricochet is well known in cult film circles, but it has only been shown at film festivals, and a few times on pay-TV. The DVD combo, (containing both the DVD of the film and a CD of the movie soundtrack) has been made available through the Alternative Tentacles Website. It will be available in stores in late October 2010.

Soundtrack[edit]

The soundtrack (released by Alternative Tentacles Records) features many punk bands including Nomeansno, Jello Biafra, D.O.A., The Beatnigs and others.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Buium, Greg (15 April 2005). "Sound and Fury: Reliving Vancouver’s punk explosion". CBC. Retrieved 2007-01-23. 

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