Early on in Dennis Hopper's "Out of the Blue," teenaged Cebe (Linda Manz) observes that her fathers, Johnny Rotten, Sid Vicious, and Elvis Presley, have abandoned her, in that order. To her, the men who comprise this list of role models all embody her vision of what it is to be "punk." That vision, it turns out, operates without conscience. Cebe's actual father, Don (Hopper, in a raw performance that rivals what he does in "Blue Velvet"), went to prison early in her life after drunkenly crashing his freight truck into a school bus full of children while she sat in the car next to him. This left his daughter in the care of an emotionally fragile, heroin-dependent mother (Sharon Farrell) in a lower-working-class town near Vancouver.