Anneka Hawn and Clay Monroe, one-hit wonders 'Kill The Puppy,' may be washed-up - but they are still dirty. Modesto filmmaker Kevin Keith Baker, follows the bitterly divorced rockers as they unleash their music on a whole new audience: Kindergarteners. Byday, they're 'Sunny & Share,' injecting their twisted tunes about pedophilia, lung cancer and homemade bombs into the curriculum. By night, they walk on the dark side, dabbling in drugs, amateur porn and prostitution. Finally, a rock 'n' roll movie mal for the unattractive, unloved, unarmed inner child in each of us.