The Road to Wellville is a American comedy-drama film adaptation of T. Coraghessan Boyle 's novel of the same name , which tells the story of the doctor and clean-living advocate John Harvey Kellogg and his methods employed at the Battle Creek Sanitarium at the beginning of the 20th century. The film was written and directed by Alan Parker. The film stars Anthony Hopkins as Dr.
It is the fifth track from their third studio album, Dookie , and was released as the third single from the album on October 4, The song is a re-recorded version of the same song that appeared as the third track on their second studio album, Kerplunk. The Dookie version was later included on the band's compilation album International Superhits! The song peaked at number 56 on the Hot Airplay chart. It is based on the band's experience moving out of their parents' houses and into an abandoned house in Oakland, California where the band members, along with a number of others, lived without paying rent. The house was quite broken-down but to them it became home, and this feeling is described in the song. It's about West Oakland, living in a warehouse with a lot of people, a bunch of artists and musicians, punks and whatever just lived all up and down, bums and junkies and thugs and gang members and stuff that just lived in that area.
Anne is feeling trapped by her life as housewife. She convinces Denise and Claire to take off for spring break at Paradise Beach, just like they did twenty years before. Claire, who works for Euro Tropic suntan lotion, tries to avoid falling in love with Jean-Luc, the new product spokesman. Denise rekindles her old relationship with Mark, the perennial lifeguard. And Anne is approached by George, the young desk manager at the hotel.
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