Danny has been sent to boarding school, in this sequel to The Year My Voice Broke. Against a backdrop of bullying and sadistic teachers Danny strikes up an affair with an African girl, ... See full summary »
During the year 1962, a young prepubescent boy in rural Australia watches painfully as his best friend and first love, an older girl, blossoms into womanhood and falls for a thuggish rugby ... See full summary »
Ken Elkin is a randy young man who is told that the world is about to end. In a race against time, there's only one goal he wants to accomplish: bedding the love of his life, who just happens to be the local pastor's daughter.
Producer Mel Wexler is putting together "Manhattan," a night-time soap opera that will definitely be the toast of the town. He puts together a stellar cast, however, each member of this ... See full summary »
Peter H. Hunt
Five of The Beatles' biggest fans in Australia get locked up in the basement of the hotel where the Fab Four are staying during a tour. While waiting for rescue, they start to share their deepest secrets with each other. Written by
Malcolm Kennard plays the antagonistic Danny, a tough-talking, tightrope-walking greaser with a black leather jacket, stovepipe jeans, pointy boots, an impressive pompadour and a sneer on his face that made me melt. The other dags are there to swoon over the Beatles, but Danny came for Rock and Roll. His and Emily's characters are the most interesting. The others are superfluous, even a little annoying. It's a pity to see Noah Taylor's acting talents wasted on a silly role like Randolph.
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