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The Postcard Bandit (2003)

The story of notorious Australian bank robber Brendan Abbott, who according to the myth, sent postcards to authorities hot on his trail while on the run across the country.

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1 win & 2 nominations. See more awards »

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Tom Long ...
Brenden James Abbott
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Glenn Abbott
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Aaron Reynolds (as Matt Le Nevez)
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Nola
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Thomas
Helen Dallimore ...
Gina
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Frankie
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Beaman
Michael Denkha ...
Pippos
David James ...
Drown
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Campbell
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Pritchard
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Diane Abbott
Annie Byron ...
Thelma Abbott
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Masao Ayuda
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The story of notorious Australian bank robber Brendan Abbott, who according to the myth, sent postcards to authorities hot on his trail while on the run across the country.

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Australia's Most Notorious Bank Robber! [Australia DVD] See more »

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Crime | Drama

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1 June 2003 (Australia)  »

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Bons baisers d'Australie  »

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1.78 : 1
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When Abbott is finally arrested coming out of the Darwin City laundry, the police officer stepping out of the milk bar shouting at him has no bullets in his revolver. You can clearly see daylight through the cylinder See more »

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Even though the budget was obviously though, they could have at least tried!
23 February 2006 | by See all my reviews

Not even the slightest bit of anything resembling effort went into this film. The characters are one dimensional, the effects are shoddy and the acting is so awful that at times I thought I was watching a year 12 production of "dags" - the acting quality is much superior in that! While some of the events might be factual, that does not make them actually interesting, and this whole movie is more boring than watching paint dry! Even if the budget was bigger I have a sneaky suspicion that the movie would have been crap anyway, because it would not have changed the awful writing and poor performances! What a waste of all the effort involved!


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