After the strange disapearance of his parents and the death of a close friend suburban teenager George finds seemingly bizarre ways to express his grief. Set in the paranoid 50's Code 2 explores the nature of shock and exploitation cinema.

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The Lawyer
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George (as Tancred Sade)
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After the death of his best friend, George engages in seemingly bizarre methods of grieving in the hope of preventing the pain of future generations. Set in Sydney in the 1950s, the film explores the paranoid era of that decade in Sydney and the nature of exploitation. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Short

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13 March 2002 (Australia)  »

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AUD 25,000 (estimated)
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Unparalleded Brilliance
22 July 2004 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

Well, all I can say is 'where are his other films? and why haven't I got them on DVD at home?'. This film is a must see for anyone with any form of cinematic or artistic taste whatsoever. I must admit, I went into the screening a bit skeptical, yet remaining quite open minded, and it blew my mind. Gaudion takes you on an emotional and spiritual journey like no other in the 14 minutes of this film. I really connected with george, and the emotions and confusion he goes through. Why isn't Craig Gaudion making more movies? Or is he? I'm really hanging out for anything next to come from Mr.Gaudion, lets hope its soon! If you haven't seen this movie you're wasting your life and might as well end it.

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