Irish brothers Connor & Murphy McManus live and work in Boston. Feeling that God’s will to rid Earth from all human Evil was given to them as a mission, they set out to do their divine deed.
A public outcry is never heard, and even FBI agent Paul Smecker, who follows their trace of bloodshed, admits that the boys are doing exactly what he secretly always has wished to happen.
Risking their lives for their beliefs of Veritas (truth) and Aequitas (justice), the Boondock Saints are hyped by the public, for they are doing good, which only few dare to admit.
“Strange Fruit” had everything that makes a legendary rock band: Money, Fame, Success, Groupies, a Singer who died of drugs and even a divine ending, when lightning struck the stage during an open-air.
Twenty years later, all band members are minding their own businesses, the idea of a band reunion is brought up by, well, public request.
Tony, the former keyboard player, sets out only to find his former friends working as a roofer, a gardener and a hotel clerk.
They all became rather everyday people or still single, they definitely are not wild and crazy anymore. But with the help of former manager Karen, who is still dreaming of Brian, the deceased lead singer, they all, old, fat and wrinkled as they are, try to catch that spirit