2: A play gone movie, written by Pete Townshend and directed by Ken Russel. I'm not familiar with the play, but the movie was amazing. It's a pretty psychological movie with a load of symbolism. It's about a woman who's husband was lost in the war. Assuming he's dead, she hooks up with another man while taking her son to "Bernie's Holiday Camp". Her son is young and his father was lost before he was born. One night, the father comes back to find his wife in bed with the other man. The man (Frank) hits the father with a lamp and breaks his neck, killing him. The son (Tommy) was witness to the whole thing and is tramatized when his mother and stepfather start yelling at him (Through song, might I add) that he didn't see or hear anything and that he wont say a word to anyone. This tramatizes him so much (Not to mention, seeing the death of his father) he becomes Blind, Deaf, and Dumb (mute). The rest of the movie is mainly his parents trying to find a way to cure him of what they know they did to him and him coming closer to his own cure.
2: Tommy is an AWESOME movie, you should definately watch it. It's an opera by the way and no, they don't stop singing. Put up your subtitles if you can't hear that fast.
verb: to "tommy" means to have the best sex ever with a girl
"Dude, i totally tommyed that girl last night"
That Tommy smells really good today.
Tommy is really freakin hot!
-Dude where's that picture of my dad, this skank from the bowling alley is going to come over and give me a tommy later.