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March 6th, 2008

The disc is packed with enough extras to make you happy if you fell as much in love with the film as many did. Co-writer/director Peter Carstairs shares a commentary with editor Martin Connor and cinematographer Jules O’Loughlin where they discuss the artistic basis for the film’s visual tone and languid pacing.

Blacktown
August 9th, 2007

Two lost souls, aboriginal former con and recovered addict Tony has his life mostly on the straight and narrow, and legal secretary Nikki is seeing a married man and getting increasingly despondent at her lot.


Crude Awakening
June 12th, 2008

Baku’s oil simply ran out, a phenomenon an increasing number of scientists believe is happening everywhere. If the figures in the movie are to be believed, finds have been decreasing, and in light of recent skyrocketing fuel prices, the technology needed to extract oil that’s ever-harder to reach will only raise the cost higher.

Making Waves
September 3rd, 2013

“I literally had the door in my hand to go in and a guy forcefully says ‘I’m sorry Miss, the ride is closed’. I was so tempted to say ‘but don’t you know who I am? I WAS The Little Mermaid!'”


The Kite Runner
August 28th, 2008

After hiding a painful secret about his friend and his own cowardice — one that ultimately spells the end of their close bond — he has to return to the ruins of his country to claim the son his friend had and lost to the brutal system before dying himself in the ethnic cleansing by the Taliban.

Black Sheep
March 6th, 2008

It’s shockingly gory, lots of laughs and thanks to taut direction and editing and not dwelling too long on any one joke, Black Sheep doesn’t overstay it’s welcome as much as you fear it might. Some deleted scenes and bloopers don’t add up to much but the commentary by star Nathan Meister and writer/director Jonathan King is worth it.






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