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The show was developed from four short black & white films Paul Fenech starred in and directed in the early 1990s. In 1995, his short "Pizza Man" earned third place at the Tropfest film festival. See more »
This show is seriously funny. It does not claim to be art it's sole function is to make us laugh and to make its connections rich. It succeeds is making us laugh, and if Paul the Producer/Director/Writer/Actor is to believed, it has succeeded in making him rich.
On the serious side it shows Australia's maturity in that our our ethnic communities can make fun of themselves as well as having a go at we Skips without offending anyone and we can all laugh.
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