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One of three cars carrying lady bowls players is overdue. Unsure about which car, who the occupants might have been, or what might have happened to them, the locals embark on a chaotic course of action to try to solve the mystery. Written by
I squirmed as I watched this movie as it reminded me of my past. I belonged to a small town Fire Brigade that was more than a tad unprofessional especially in the way we wore (or not wore) our uniforms to a fire. If you come or have come from a small town you will love this movie. The deliberate lack of pace is it's strength. The stellar cast of well known Australian actors do a wonderful job of portraying characters in a small town. The deliberate use of brown in the movie colouring adds to the atmosphere. Using Phillip Adams ( a well known atheist) as God added an ironic touch.Be prepared to let the movie develop at it's own pace. It you are in a hurry don't watch it as you will miss the point.Enjoy!!
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