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Teesh and Trude (2002)

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In Unit 16b at Platypus Rise Flats, two hard and damaged women living on a diet of soapies, sarcasm and frustration are about to reach breaking point. A bad day becomes worse by the hour ... See full summary »

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Letitia (Teesh)
Linda Cropper ...
Trudy (Trude)
Jacob Allan ...
Les
Peter Phelps ...
Rod
Bill McCluskey ...
Bob (as Bill McClusky)
Mason Richardson ...
Kenny
Igor Sas ...
Gary
Kazimir Sas ...
Craig
Francoise Sas ...
Leila
Adam Crouch ...
Wes
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In Unit 16b at Platypus Rise Flats, two hard and damaged women living on a diet of soapies, sarcasm and frustration are about to reach breaking point. A bad day becomes worse by the hour and to top it off, the toilet won't flush. Written by Anonymous

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Every Couch Potato has its Day.

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realistic portrayal of the sad lifestyle of a pair of aussie battlers
9 July 2003 | by (melbourne, australia) – See all my reviews

People who pan this film miss the unique Australian-ness of it. The sad and sorry demographic represented by the two women is so realistically portrayed, so that while we almost depise Teesh for her slack layabout lifestyle, as she reluctantly reveals more about herself we cannot but help feeling stirrings of empathy. Susie Porter's performance is fine, and for that matter so is Linda Cropper's as the sad mother desperate to see her kids again but so caught up in a loser's lifestyle that she can hardly surface for air.

This film is a little gem that grows on the viewer and shouldn't be dismissed.


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