The film concerns five friends from Sydney who are all big fans of AC/DC. After a near death experience, the five make a pact that if one among them should die they would be buried next to the grave of the late AC/DC frontman, Bon Scott. After one of them does die, the remaining four travel across the country to Fremantle (where Bon Scott's ashes were scattered) to scatter them over Fremantle Cemetery.
Roy plays Tiny, a policeman who first apprehends the friends, then releases them and joins in the film’s finale leading the West Australian Police Pipe Band accompanying the boys in rendition of AC/DC’s LONG WAY TO THE TOP which was actually filmed in Fremantle cemetery.
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