In a post apocalyptic Australia a homeless man without a past discovers a baby without a future... But both are more than they appear as destiny collides with kung-fu.

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Nameless (as Nick Rogers)
Tux Akindoyeni ...
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Dion Horstmans ...
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Andrew Northover ...
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Sarah Damichi ...
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Harper Damichi ...
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In a post apocalyptic Australia a homeless man without a past discovers a baby without a future... But both are more than they appear as destiny collides with kung-fu.

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What does the world have in store for the past and the future?

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27 February 2005 (Australia)  »

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AUD 15,000 (estimated)
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A Sony Tropfest finalist in 2005. (792 entries, 16 finalists) - The world's biggest short film festival. See more »

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References Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) See more »

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Great short film, wonderful action
14 June 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Razor's edge, a film about a hobo, a dead girl, her baby and some goons, is one of those few short films that really stands out. Created on a shoestring budget, the movie could almost be a scene from a high-budget Hollywood action movie, and yet, it works as a self-contained unit as well. Featuring some great first-take fight scenes, the baby-holding hobo ass-kicks his way through a small arsenal of dastardly foes, until the unexpected, poignant finale which I won't spoil here. The award-winning cinematography also set this short film above the rest. Masterfully shot and edited in stunning locations, Razor's edge is a lesson to all aspiring filmmakers who want the look and feel of a professional movie on a short-film budget.


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