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Brothers in Arms is the story of the lead up, reasons and the repercussions of the "Milperra Massacre" where two warring Motorcycle Clubs faced off in the car park of a western Sydney pub ... See full summary »
One of Russell Crowe's first ever acting roles; as a Scottish footballer. See more »
You've got to get him out of here. The painter's gonna be here any minute.
Its OK mate. I went and told the painters not to come back for an hour.
When was that?
Ahh... about an hour ago.
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Classic 80's Australian comedy about the workers of a small Greek restaurant in Melbourne called the "Acropolis Now". This show will crack you up if you understand the lingo used. The story begins when Jim's father leaves to go to Greece after living in Australia for 23 years. When his father leaves, he turns his dad's restaurant into a modern day meeting place for wogs. If you loved The Wog Boy (1999), you'll love "Acropolis Now".
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