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Freedom Deep (1998)

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Abandoned at six by his off-kilter parents, Liam pursues his passion for writing, and reaches child-prodigy status while under the roof of a pair of drug-addicted mates, one of whom is a ... See full summary »

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Peter Benson ...
Liam 2018
Oliver Dutton ...
Liam 1998
Charles Wood ...
Old Liam
Lorelei Gardner ...
Stranger
Neil Harrison ...
Liam's Father
Estelle Randall ...
Liam's Mother
Edward J. Holland ...
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Ross Simmons ...
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Meagan Owens ...
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Stuart Owens ...
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Aaron McKune ...
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Elizabeth Maber ...
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Abandoned at six by his off-kilter parents, Liam pursues his passion for writing, and reaches child-prodigy status while under the roof of a pair of drug-addicted mates, one of whom is a transvestite. The 1998-problem is with the "creative editing" of his words. Twenty years later, there's been a global holocaust, and the problem is, simply, getting ANYBODY to see his words. Written by Kim Williams <KDWms@webtv.net>

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a cybergrunge journey set in the future!
23 April 2005 | by (australia) – See all my reviews

This is one of those flicks with great visuals and soundtrack that ya can just sit back and take in. There's some serious undertones and bulk references to pop culture that are just under the surface. A bit like Pink Floyds THE WALL meets HIGHLANDER. The look is also a little MAD MAX. The soundtrack by Goya's Child keeps the momentum and pace. I particularly liked the flashback sequences to the past that are presented in a washed out grainy sort of look that contrast well with the future high tech 35mm scenes. The themes raised touch on religion, homosexuality, parenthood, victimization, ambition, mythology etc. The stars appear to be new comers i.e Peter Benson, Lorelei Garner, Oliver Dutton, Charles Wood, Ross Simmons but performances are solid throughout. The premise concerns an assassin hunting down a prophet poet in the future across the wasteland. We don't really find out exactly who sent her and an uneasy alliance and eventual romance of sorts develops..... A grungy voice over lends an unsettling presence and is the last performance by Harold Baigent the narrator of MAD MAX 2 The Road Warrior.


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