Superstar DJ Frankie Wilde has it all, woman, money drugs, until he realises he's going to be completely deaf.
This movie, which intercuts "talking head" segments which includes real life DJ's to give it some form of authenticity, works as both a somewhat goofy comedy as well as a pretty effective drama, which is quite admirable.
The characters and the actors portraying them definitely help, specifically Paul Kaye as Frankie Wilde himself, and besides him it was always a delight to see Mike Wilmot as his sleazy, money-hungry manager/agent.
They play a bit with the audio, as is expected from a movie that focusses on a deaf DJ. Which they could've perhaps taken even further, but I'm glad they did at least something with it.