Jimmy has an abusive father and invalid mother. Just when he thinks things can't get any worse, he meets Cherry.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Fabian Lapham ...
Brothel Customer
Cam Van Steel ...
Ray
Lee Foyster ...
Sylvia
Jesse Hepburn ...
Jimmy
Taryn McDonald ...
Cherry
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Justina Noble ...
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Storyline

Follows the story of Jimmy, a young man down on his luck. Jimmy has no job and an alcoholic, abusive father and an invalid mother, due to a stroke. His only escape is spending time with his new girlfriend, Cherry. Little does Jimmy know that this time spent with Cherry, could lead to some even more disastrous events. Written by Nathan Hill

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Short | Drama

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23 April 2003 (USA)  »

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$10,000 (estimated)
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(RCA Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Fabian Lapham appears in the film and delivers improvisational dialogue in the brothel scene. See more »

Quotes

Brothel Customer: Are there any bald chicks?
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Crazy Credits

Main titles sequence incorporates aerial footage, dissolving to a collection of white picket fences See more »

Connections

Featured in Suburban Zero (2011) See more »

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Thank you Nathan
1 August 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This director is amazing!!!! He is Australia's answer to Michael Bay!!! What a pure genius. What Michael does for 15million dollars Nathan can do for ten. For sheer cinematic value, a Nathan Hill production is peerless. Talent so well hidden, yet we so seek to find, your genius shines through the gloom that is the state of our current cinematic scope. His latest release, Tomboys is sure to scintillate and rock to the very foundations of Australian avant garde cinema and prove to you that not only has Nathan Hill got his finger on the pulse of modern horror noir, he is at the fore front of the the genre it's self and will continue to exceed all expectations. Alliance Productions has much foresight in having secured this up and coming rising star for a further five productions. We are waiting with bated breath.......


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