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Pete & Jerry are cousins living in Sydney's Western Suburbs, where life consists of drinking, getting stoned, getting in fights and hanging out. But things change forever when Pete and Jerry both fall in love with the same girl.

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Cheryl
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Mick
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Bunny
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Doug
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Guy buying drugs
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Kenwood's Mullet Mate
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Kenwood
Emma Jackson ...
Nurse
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Angelo
Brendan Krige ...
Kenwood's Nuggety Mate
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Todd
Cameron Lansdowne ...
Kenwood's Tattooed Mate
Tim McCunn ...
Steve
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Living in suburban Sydney, Pete and Jerry aren't just cousins, they're best friends. Jerry falls in love and starts a relationship with Cheryl, though he knows Pete likes her too. Pete, a small-time drug dealer, doesn't understand why Jerry suddenly wants to settle down and make plans (he gets a job at a fast-food place and works for a pittance). Then Pete has to lie low with his dealing for a while because the police are tailing him and Jerry gets him a job at the chicken restaurant. But Pete makes trouble and walks out, losing Jerry his job as well. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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Some places can break your heart.


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5 July 2007 (Australia)  »

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AUD 800,000 (estimated)
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Pete: Jerry, do you think there's a light at the end of this fucking tunnel?
Jerry: [laughing, drunk] Nah, there's a chicken shop, with a drive-thru, and fucking dickhead's ordering "hawaiian" packs.
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Buried
Written by James Tucsok, Daniel Krige and Derek Ling
Performed by Gyve
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WASTE is more like it
27 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

Another film made about Sydney's so called 'disaffected BORING youth, who apparently are uneducated, mean , self indulgent, lazy and completely unrepresentative of Australia. Nobody in the public asked for this film to be made and when released in 3 cinemas... none of which were in the western suburbs because the distributor knew already nobody West would see it... it was a compete financial failure again again again wasting public taxpayer funds which were spent 'creating' this turgid drivel.. This film has NO market. The public will not leave their homes and pay $16 to see this boring ugly junk in any cinema anywhere. It did not work in 1978 with THE FJ HOLDEN , nor again with MALLBOY in 2000 and anywhere in between... so why is it here again? dunno. and there it goes... west. Waste. Insulting waste to Australia and the taxpayer funded film finance scheme. This film needs to go to "Brat Camp".. and as even 5 year olds say in Australia:.."bugger off".


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