Psycho Joe, a petrol-head from Altona, Melbourne, secures employment at a local Supermarket. Here, he meets the over-sexed Dazey. Joe and Dazey form a friendship based on a mutual interest ... See full summary »
A dark-sheep type of man returns to his hometown after a prolonged absence. While he's been gone ludicrous rumours have spread about his whereabouts. Is he a big footy player or is he a ... See full summary »
Andrew S. Gilbert
A man and his wife are partners in a small business, a service station, that is stuggling to survive financially. They are visited by his brother, a divorced middle-aged man, who has taken ... See full summary »
Frankie J. Holden,
*Nirvana Street Murder* was released the same year as *Death in Brunswick*. It dealt with the same issues: Wogs, work, love, money, and running from the law in Melbourne. *Death in Brunswick* got all the money, all the media, all the accolades. *Nirvana Street Murder* got all the grit, the most enduring laughs, a great editor and the better actors by far. Only problem is it is next to impossible to find.
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