What happens when a generation’s ultimate anti-authoritarians — punk rockers — become society’s ultimate authorities — dad’s? With a large chorus of Punk Rock’s leading men — Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus, Red Hot Chili Peppers’ Flea, Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath — The Other F Word follows Jim Lindberg, 20-year veteran of skate punk band, Pennywise, on his hysterical and moving journey from belting his band’s anthem, ‘Fuck Authority’, to embracing his ultimately pivotal authoritarian role in mid-life, fatherhood.
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