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Release Date:
17 August 2006 (Australia) See more »
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It's only a matter of time. See more »
Plot:
A contemporary, ensemble drama telling the complex tale of six high school students whose lives are... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
1 win & 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
A strong and brilliant portrayal of school life. See more (74 total) »

Cast

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Teresa Palmer ... Melody
Frank Sweet ... Marcus
Sam Harris ... Luke
Charles Baird ... 'Uneven' Steven
Joel Mackenzie ... Sean

Marni Spillane ... Sarah
Clementine Mellor ... Kelly
Sarah Hudson ... Julz

Gary Sweet ... Mr. Darcy
Amy Schapel ... Lacey
Xavier Samuel ... Theo
Chris Olver ... Tom
Camille Qurban ... Miriam
Olivia Furlong ... Rochelle

Daniel Whyte ... English Teacher
Brenton Tregloan ... Social Studies Teacher
Dominic Pedlar ... School Counsellor
Irena Dangov ... Mrs Jacobs
Bryce Nankivell ... Matt
Mark 'Crafty' Dean ... Classroom Boy
Elsie Kinnaird ... Classroom Girl
Michael Griffin ... Janitor
Adam Balales ... Refugee Boy
John Ovenden ... Football Commentator
Peta Shannon ... Melody's Mother (as Peta Long)
Alan Matthews ... Kelly's Father
Andrea Mirabelli ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Vamsee Thalluri ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Josh Jervis-Bardy ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Simon Prowse ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Brad Wong ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Gavin Weise ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Marcus Stepin ... Shower / Soccer Boy
Sam Suhard ... Shower / Soccer Boy
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Directed by
Murali K. Thalluri 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Murali K. Thalluri 

Produced by
Jean Engela .... executive producer
Gary Hamilton .... executive producer
Nick Matthews .... producer
Steven Norris .... executive producer
Dean O'Flaherty .... executive producer
Nick Selth .... executive producer
Kent Smith .... producer
Murali K. Thalluri .... executive producer
Murali K. Thalluri .... producer
 
Original Music by
Mark Tschanz 
 
Cinematography by
Nick Matthews 
 
Film Editing by
Nick Matthews 
Dale Roberts 
Murali K. Thalluri 
 
Production Design by
Jeni Lee 
 
Makeup Department
Paul Katte .... special makeup effects supervisor
Nick Nicolaou .... special makeup effects supervisor
Sue Taylor .... hair stylist
Sue Taylor .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Phillip Elms .... production manager
Theophilus Engela .... production manager
Adele Kirby .... production manager
Elene Pepper .... post-production supervisor
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Theophilus Engela .... second assistant director
Scott McDonald .... additional first assistant director
Farhad Noori .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Sean Lahiff .... art department assistant
Obie O'Brien .... swing gang
 
Sound Department
Russell Alexander .... foley recordist
Francis Ward Lindsay .... supervising sound editor
Rory McGregor .... foley recordist
Adrian Medhurst .... foley artist
Chris Navarro .... adr recordist
Liam Price .... adr editor
Leslie Shatz .... sound designer
Tom Sheridan .... boom operator
Will Sheridan .... sound recordist
Martyn Zub .... dialogue editor
 
Visual Effects by
Dan Ashton .... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Nick Booth .... scanning and recording supervisor: Weta Digital
David Hampton .... scanning and recording technician: Weta Digital
Marty Pepper .... Lustre colourist
Marty Pepper .... title design
Marty Pepper .... visual effects editor
Pete Williams .... digital imaging manager: Weta Digital
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Storm Ashwood .... gaffer
Cara Hurley .... camera trainee
Marie-Pier Labelle .... focus puller
Louis Puli .... Steadicam operator
Lucas Scheffel .... camera trainee
 
Music Department
Laurent Tardy .... musician: piano
Laurent Tardy .... score mixing engineer
 
Other crew
Nick Selth .... script editor
 
Thanks
Michael Jackson .... special thanks
 

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Runtime:
Japan:99 min | USA:91 min | Australia:95 min
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Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Dolby (Western Electric Sound System) | Dolby Digital (RCA Sound System)

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Trivia:
Joel Mackenzie previously attended the school where the movie was filmed.See more »
Quotes:
Sarah:Just because you're married doesn't mean you have to let yourself go.See more »
Soundtrack:
Gymnopedies No. 1See more »

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22 out of 42 people found the following review useful.
A strong and brilliant portrayal of school life., 7 August 2006
Author: mbilbetaylor from Australia

I had the pleasure of witnessing this brilliant film at a preview screening in Sydney. Although it was a pleasure to see it. Pleasure is not the emotion you are left with as the credits roll.

2:37 is a film that tackles not just one stigma felt by young individuals but all of them. Chief of which is isolation. It is not just to place the films final galvanising scene on a pedestal above the others, but rather it is important to see it as the culmination. And from that, it is important to realise what it represents to both you as the viewer and to the people directly effected by it.

2:37 is not a soft picture but the manner in which Mr Thalluri handles it's subject matter with a profound dignity and it's no holds barred approach acts as credit to it's message.

I do not believe films such as 2:37 should be scaled by votes of favour. Rather it should be recommended to those looking for purpose in their viewing.

A brilliantly crafted portrait of innocence lost. And a master stroke for a as of yet untaped talent.

Not to be missed.

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