Movies

A swaggie, Danny ( Drew Forsythe) walks in from the bush, joins in a game of catch with a couple of children, then heads over to Ben and Dot's animal zoo … which has a talking cockie, a bunny, ... read more


Melanie (Angela Punch McGregor) is the front person for an eponymous network television show, based in Sydney, though we never quite learn what sort of show it is. Her best friend for the past twenty... read more

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After telling Millie (Elspeth Ballantyne) that she's going home early, Melbourne-based fashion designer Jackie Wyatt (Barbara Parkins) visits the butcher to score a steak and then rocks on home, eager... read more

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Sometime in the not too distant future. The world is more like Mad Max, and sex is associated with violence in a totalitarian future which sees women presented for the entertainment and comfort of me... read more

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An opening title announces The Blue Mountains, Sunday, December 19th, over a panning shot of the mountains, but fails to note the year. (There was a Sunday 19th December in 1982. Perhaps the film is t... read more

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Doctors and Nurses is a gimmick film, a down under age reversal trick in the style of Alan Parker's 'Bugsy Malone'. A bunch of kids play the game of Doctors and Nurses - of the inoffensive dress-up ... read more

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(Note: this synopsis and listing contains spoilers. Please watch the movie first if you want to avoid the details of all the double dealing on this site). Butterfly-collecting, French-accented busine... read more

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Another day in a Melbourne toy factory. Owner Ray Martin (Mike Preston) berates his partner Terry Byrnes (Gary Day) for the plastic in a toy aeroplane tail fin being wrong, but he also has good news ... read more

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A 2KA radio jingle, and an early morning radio voice tell us we're in Blacktown, heart of the west, and happy to be there … A sinister, gloved, leather-booted man drives up in a Jaguar to a fi... read more

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The movie, and maybe life, starts as an arcade video game for Ron (Jon Blake), one of the few pleasures he has, and even that's interrupted by his yahoo mate Phil (Chris Haywood). Ron is an angry you... read more


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