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You Can't Stop the Murders (2003)

Small-town police fear for their lives after a set of serial murders with a Village People connection.

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Constable Gary Raymond
Akmal Saleh ...
Constable Akmal
Anthony Mir ...
Detective Tony Charles
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Chief Carter
Kirstie Hutton ...
Julia Broadmeadows
Rob Carlton ...
Barry
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Bob the Postman
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Sebastian
Kenny Graham ...
Nigel
Lester Morris ...
Roger
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Berryl
Steve Abbott ...
Warren
Haskel Daniel ...
Len / Cameraman
Bruce Venables ...
Henry the Butcher
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Work Experience Girl
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Police in the tiny Australian town of Sleepy West are baffled by a series of murders in which a biker, a construction worker, a sailor, a cowboy and an Indian are killed. To their horror, they realise that someone is killing people with the same occupations as the Village People, and there is one occupation left - the cop! With the help of a reluctant detective from out of town, the police race to find the killer before one of them turns up dead. Written by Alexander Lum

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...nobody can stop the murders!

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Comedy | Thriller

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13 March 2003 (Australia)  »

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Murhia liukuhihnalta  »

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Not too bad
14 November 2003 | by See all my reviews

This film is okay - not amazing funny but has some nice touches.

For a low budget film it has a very polished look and all in all I think it is far better than most of the comedies currently rushing into production in Australia.

What is also nice about this one is that it is so obviously a labour of love by the three stars who are also the main creative team (director and writers)

It's a nice little film which will perfectly suit a video night with some friends.


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