Life is a 1996 Australian film about life in a section of a prison reserved for those infected with HIV.

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Des
David Tredinnick ...
Ralph
Kevin Hopkins ...
Kitchen Kev
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Snakey
Ian Scott ...
Officer Berwick
Noel Jordan ...
Timmy
Jeff Kovski ...
Chooki
Luke Elliot ...
Wayne
Colin Mitchell ...
Bully
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Sharon
Libby Tanner ...
Jane
Peta Doodson ...
Officer Amy
Bob Halsall ...
Prison Officer 1
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Prison Officer 2
Tony Nikolakopoulos ...
Prison Officer 3
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Life is a 1996 Australian film about life in a section of a prison reserved for those infected with HIV.

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24 October 1996 (Australia)  »

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Brutal, magical...how can these two words co-exist
2 April 2005 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This film is astonishing.

Brutal, Disturbing, Sexy, Mystical, Ethereal, Eerie, Empty and Yearning.

A musical journey into the AIDS block of a prison. The emotional landscape and dream world of John Brumpton's character is depicted as though a lucid dream. It is fragmented and sickening, incomplete and arresting in its movement from moment to moment.

Reminds me of Jean Genet.

This filmmaker should keep making dangerous work like this. I look forward to the next drama from Mr. Johnson.


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