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Breaking Loose: Summer City II (1988)

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Vince Martin ...
Robbie
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Helen
David Ngoombujarra ...
Davie
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Sampson (as Shane Feeney-Connor)
Angela Kennedy ...
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John Clayton ...
Sharon Tamlyn ...
Tammie
Gary Waddell ...
Copper
Carlo Bianchino ...
Junior
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Caroline
Tom Richards ...
Rick
Kristoffer Greaves ...
Skunk
Kate Grusovin ...
Crystal
Dee Krainz ...
Shazar
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Living Fast...Dying Young!

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17 November 1988 (Australia)  »

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Bis zum bitteren Ende  »

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A young man leaves home in search of his fathers backgound in a small country town and gets mixed up with all sorts of weird and wild characters
10 July 2003 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

A sequel to the Mel Gibson film Summer City. Breaking Loose has a real warmth to it. Peter Phelps (a young Paul Newman) leaves home & hooks up with an old surfer who was a friend of his father. The surfer & his aboriginal mate live in an old shack on the beach and are constantly harrassed by a local cop who hates surfers & what they stand for. Peter Phelps & Vince Martin are great in the key roles & the beautiful Abigail is well cast as the down trodden wife. Great cinematography, good cast and a quirky story you can watch again & again.


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