Documentary exploring the life of GG Allin, the controversial Rock ‘n' Roll singer whose outrageous onstage antics shocked the world. The story follows his impoverished childhood ruled by a tyrannical father to an adult life marked by drugs, violence and prison. Twenty years after his passing, GG's mother Arleta and brother Merle are still dealing with grief and GG's lasting influence on his fans - each in their own ways.
Celebrities re-create an original episode each from "All in the Family" and "The Jeffersons."
A family gathers to be with its dying father. The reunion brings to the surface old rivalries.
Danny Lee is Hsu Chih-yuan, the youngest son of strict patriarch Hsu Hui-tang (Cheng Miu). A sailor, Chih-yuan incurs his father's wrath when he tells the latter of his girlfriend Susan's (Ai Ti) pregnancy. Pressured to leave her by his father, Chih-yuan finally agrees to continue his studies overseas. Eldest brother Chih-wen (Ling Yun) volunteers to raise money but ends up losing the family fortune in the stock market. It starts a roller coaster of tragedies for the family that ends with bitter disillusionment for Chih-yuan. It's a battle between tradition and youthful rebellion that leaves everyone a little poorer off.
In New Hampshire, a legend is buried. GG Allin, the most outrageous singer in rock'n roll history. He was known for defecating on stage, fighting and having sex with the audience. He died a mythological death from a heroin overdose in 1993, aged 37. Directed by the award-winning director Sami Saif, THE ALLINS is a loving and entertaining look at the family of the departed rock singer.
Archie Bunker, a working class bigot, constantly squabbles with his family over the important issues of the day.