Three men are reunited after 30 years by the echoes of a terrible crime. Old men now, and at the end of the line they are intrigued to meet a young girl named Sarah. Through her they are ... See full summary »

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Lee Martin ...
Old Bennie
Clare Mackey ...
Sarah
John Andrews ...
Old William
Ian Swallow ...
Old Claude
Robin Royce Queree ...
Marvin
Malcolm Ian Connell ...
Blue
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Prinz
James Studdert ...
Young Bennie
Ripley Hood ...
Young William
Chris Lynch ...
Young Claude
Ellouise Rothwell ...
Lucre
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Delgatto
Leanne Zaccar ...
Darran Morran ...
Brother Chip (as Darran Moran)
Daniel Bird ...
Father Ortega
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Three men are reunited after 30 years by the echoes of a terrible crime. Old men now, and at the end of the line they are intrigued to meet a young girl named Sarah. Through her they are plunged back into the sordid (and hilarious) belly of Australia's underworld, both past and present. Written by Shaun M Jefford

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edge of the world | See All (1) »

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You always miss what you leave behind.

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Drama | Thriller

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1 September 2005 (Australia)  »

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$1,000,000 (estimated)
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Defies Expectations
14 September 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This "small" film from first time director Shaun Jefford, sets you up from the beginning for a tiny tale of deception, yet proceeds to turn you on your head with its epic, gangster driven, noir styled story of redemption, love, betrayal, and sweet, sweet sorrow. Falling in love with the characters is inevitable, and being seduced by it's textured, layered imagery... unavoidable.

Filled with style AND substance, Jefford weaves the past and the present with the craft, and eye, of a seasoned veteran, all the while, treating his audience with intelligence and to truth.

Life isn't always sweet. It is typically filled with regret. Especially when you live your life on the edge... the edge of the world.


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