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B.U.S.T.E.D (1999)

Everybody Loves Sunshine (original title)
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In the Pepperhill Estate of Manchester, an ongoing battle rages between Triad gangs and street gangs. Gang leaders Ray (Andrew Goth) and Terry (Goldie), who are cousins and lifelong friends... See full summary »


Andrew Goth


Andrew Goth





Cast overview, first billed only:
Rachel Shelley ... Clare
Clint Dyer ... Leon
David Baker David Baker ... Clint
David Bowie ... Bernie
Graham Bryan ... Pat
Vincent Davies Vincent Davies ... Simon
Jamie Draven ... Geeg (as Jaim Draven)
Goldie ... Terry
Andrew Goth ... Ray
Paul Hawkyard ... Ken
Kevin John Harvey Kevin John Harvey ... Snake
Paul Courtenay Hyu Paul Courtenay Hyu ... Ian (as Paul Courtnay-Hyu)
Doreen Ingleton Doreen Ingleton ... Ray's Mum
Chooye Bay ... Mr. Chang (as Chooi Khengbeh)
Carl Learmond Carl Learmond ... Mo


In the Pepperhill Estate of Manchester, an ongoing battle rages between Triad gangs and street gangs. Gang leaders Ray (Andrew Goth) and Terry (Goldie), who are cousins and lifelong friends, always trusting and relying on each other, have been in prison. Ray doesn't want to be a gangster anymore, having also fallen for Clare (Rachel Shelley). but Terry, driven by an obsession beyond friendship, is determined to make sure that Ray never leaves the gang. During their time in prison, the local Chinese Triad gang have grown stronger and more daring, eventually killing a member of Terry and Ray's gang. Revenge is called for and the gang turns to them for direction. Bernie (David Bowie) is the aging gangster who struggles to keep the peace. Written by raymondfrancis1978

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Crime | Drama

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Rated R for strong violence, pervasive language, a scene of sexuality and drug content | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


Goldie has been a long time fan of David Bowie and was quoted stating: "David Bowie [...] had been a massive influence on my early life, when I was a closet Bowie freak - "Space Oddity" was always a different ballgame, and then there was "Low" and all the other Eno stuff, which I found out about later." See more »


Terry: Now that's a cool bastard!
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Referenced in Swing Vote (2008) See more »


Sub Terranean
Performed by Nicky Matthew
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Boyz N The Full Monty
1 June 1999 | by Dodger-9See all my reviews

Despite the low budget and often unfocused script, this gangster thriller from Andrew Goth proves to be quite absorbing. Notable for a fleeting appearance by David Bowie as a camp underworld villain who loves to say "Sweet as a nut" a lot, this is really a vehicle for Wolverhampton's Goldie, the best selling musician and now actor who looks like he was born to plays bad guys. It's an often violent affair with Goldie's character proving to be a little too terrifying, especially when he assaults gorgeous newcomer Rachel Shelley. Some memorable scenes: Goldie, his head framed almost in a religious aura; the Black Rain style face off with Chinese gangsters and a decent dance number near the movie's finale. Reminiscent of Danny Cannon's The Young Americans, this looks to be a suitable calling card for any Hollywood producer looking to hire Goth for an American project. No classic but try and stick with it as there are a few diamonds in the rough.

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Release Date:

20 March 1999 (Japan) See more »

Also Known As:

Busted See more »

Filming Locations:

Isle of Man See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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