Cliff Spab is a guy who doesn't really care about anything. He gets held hostage at a store for 36 days by terrorists, who demand that the entire thing be broadcast on national television. Cliff ends up taking a bullet for fellow hostage Wendy - making him a national hero. The two are the sole survivors of the ordeal, and soon become prisoners of the media. Cliff escapes it all, only to find himself being pushed further away from Wendy when he needs her most. Written by
Fate made them hostages. The media made them stars.
Motion Picture Rating
Rated R for pervasive strong language, scenes of brutal violence, constant drug and alcohol use and some sexuality
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Did You Know?
The filmmakers self-described S.F.W. as a "serio-comedy about terrorism, beer, and talk shows." See more
During the last flashback, Spab is seen pulling out an Uzi that he had never acquired. See more
Morrow, what's the deal?
"What's the deal?" You mean, what am I sure of? The only thing I'm sure of is that everything's unsure.
The GWAR video seen in the movie follows the credits in its entirety. See more
References Growing Pains
Jesus Christ Pose
Performed by Soundgarden
Written by Chris Cornell
, Matt Cameron
(as Matthew D. Cameron), Kim Thayil
(as Kim A. Thayil),
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc. See more