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The Goddess of 1967 ()


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"Goddess" stands for French "Déesse", the nickname of Citroën DS, the name of a famous car designed in the fifties. A young and well-situated Japanese man is dreaming of such a car, and one... See more »

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B.G.
Rikiya Kurokawa ...
J.M.
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Grandpa
Elise McCredie ...
Marie
Tim Richards ...
Drummer Boy
Bree Beadman ...
B.G. aged 9
Satya Gumbert ...
Marie aged 9
Tina Bursill ...
Esther
Dominic Condon ...
Mr. Hughes
Tim McGarry ...
Detective
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Barman
Harry Lawrence ...
Old Man in Bar
Masao Ishiguro ...
Noodle Man
Stephanie Daniel ...
Radio Announcer (voice)
Jean-Pierre Mignon ...
D.S. Sergeant (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Fred Brophy ...
Boxing Spruiker (voice)
Lauren Clark ...
Little Girl
Katie Kermond ...
Mrs. Hughes
Judith Knapp ...
Woman in bar
Louise Lohse ...
School teacher
Koji Miyashita ...
Truck driver
Sean Read ...
Road Rage Driver
Masato Sakai ...
J.M.'s Friend
Makiko Sato ...
Woman in Street
Yoshiko Tatsumi ...
J.M.'s girlfriend

Directed by

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Clara Law

Written by (WGA)

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Eddie Ling-Ching Fong ... ()
 
Clara Law ... ()

Produced by

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Wouter Barendrecht ... executive producer
Eddie Ling-Ching Fong ... producer
Akiko Funatsu ... executive producer
Dennis Kiely ... line producer
Helen Loveridge ... executive producer
Peter Sainsbury ... executive producer
Michael J. Werner ... executive producer

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Jen Anderson

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Dion Beebe

Film Editing by

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Kate Williams

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Billy Browne ... post-production assistant
Laurie Butler ... editor: promo reel
Arthur Cambridge ... color grader
Adrian Hauser ... colorist: video master
Caroline Scott ... assistant editor

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Yôko Narahashi
Anousha Zarkesh

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Nicholas McCallum

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Annie Marshall
Helen Mather

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Christian Gazal ... post-production supervisor

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Tanya Jackson ... second assistant director (as Tanya Jackson-Vaughan)
Scott Lovelock ... third assistant director
Chris Webb ... first assistant director

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Geoff Howe ... construction coordinator
Adrienne Ogle ... stand-by props

Sound Department

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Peter Grace ... sound recordist
Sue Kerr ... boom operator
Livia Ruzic ... dialogue editor
Gareth Vanderhope ... sound effects editor

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Andrea Parkes ... visual effects producer
Chris Schwarze ... visual effects producer
Peter Webb ... visual effects

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Mick Corrigan ... stunt performer

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Venetia Armstrong-Smith ... clapper loader
Nick De Laine ... gaffer (as Nick de Laine)
Jeremy Dibben ... assistant camera
Sally Eccleston ... first assistant camera
Adam Hunter ... best boy
Ben Jasper ... focus puller
Roy Mico ... key grip
Illya Smith ... additional grip (uncredited)

Animation Department

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Scott Otto Anderson ... animation director

Casting Department

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Dani Skye ... casting associate

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Jacqui Gower ... costume supervisor

Location Management

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'Aussie' Auslan Ismail ... location manager

Music Department

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Ross Cockle ... music score engineer
Christine Woodruff ... music supervisor

Other crew

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Scott Otto Anderson ... title designer
Claude Gonzalez ... assistant to the director / continuity
Katie Gordon ... production coordinator
Eijiro Ozaki ... interpreter
Aubrey Tredget ... production coordinator (as Aubs Tredget)

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Plot Summary

"Goddess" stands for French "Déesse", the nickname of Citroën DS, the name of a famous car designed in the fifties. A young and well-situated Japanese man is dreaming of such a car, and one fine day he finds an offering on the net. He calls the seller (a man living in Australia), they agree upon the price and so he travels to Australia in order to buy the car. But when he reaches his destination, there's chaos all around: The seller as well as his wife lay dead in their house and a 17 year old girl lets him in and offers him something to eat. He walks out with horror but then comes back because he forgot to ask about the car... The girl lets him see the car, and then they start a 5 day trip through the outback, and, at the same time, a trip back in time into the early youth of the girl and into her family's chronicle. Written by Claus Horn

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Also Known As
  • Der Japaner und die Göttin (Germany)
  • Der Japaner und die Göttin (Switzerland, German title)
  • Богиня 1967 года (Russia)
  • 1967 istennője (Hungary)
  • La déesse de 1967 (Switzerland, French title)
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  • 119 min
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