In 1985 two teenagers shot themselves in a Nevada churchyard. One of them, James Vance, survived and his parents decided to sue the band Judas Priest for allegedly concealing subliminal influences in their music. This chilling but even-handed documentary details the ensuing court case and media furore.
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