Steven Lidz, unhappy with his home life since his mother got sick, goes and lives with his two crazy Uncles. There he changes and gets closer to his Uncles, but his parents want him home ... See full summary »
Few knew that Stalin spent his last night in the arms of a young Australian woman. Few still knew that their "love-child" brought Australia to the brink of civil war. Until now ... Written by
"Alexander Nevsky Cantata"
Written by Sergei Prokofiev
Performed by "Latvija" Chorus / Gewandhausorchester Leipzig
Conducted by Kurt Masur
Courtesy of Teldec International
By arrangement of Warner Music Australia Pty Ltd, and Performed by a Berlin Choir
Conducted by Wolf Dieter Hauschild
Courtesy of Berlin Classics/'Edel' Company Hamburg, Germany See more »
"Children of The Revolution" is one of those well-executed dark comedies, that the Australian Film Industry excels at. If one enjoys dark comedy with a heady twinge of surrealism, you're really going to enjoy this movie. Our best scene (without spoiling it) is when the three start dancing and handing out flowers, with Louis Armstrong crooning Cole Porter's "You're The Top" in the background. My friends almost fell off the couch with laughter. It's a gem!
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