Alone in a hospital bed the night before major surgery, Bernie Malone struggles to find a purpose in his life. None of the various pub bands he managed over the years was ever picked up; he gave his whole life to music, infatuated with rock and roll since seeing The Who in an iconic show at fifteen. Now, facing a life threatening operation, Bernie is forced to search for meaning to his existence.
Framed with the classic rock and roll soundtrack of his life, Bernie's search for answers drives him to examine his relationships with his family and business, as well as his vices, virtues and politics. As Bernie remembers his life, he is haunted by his present circumstances and the burning question: "This can't be it can it?" One, two. One, two is an evocative portrait of one man's valiant attempt to follow his dream in the music industry.
|Publisher:||Strategic Book Publishing|
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