A mysterious stranger arrives at an isolated seaside town and keeps a backward brother and sister hostage in their own home.

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Tim Burns ...
Nancy Nancy
Michael Burkett ...
Pim
Polly Stanton ...
Carole
Matt Thomas ...
Skinner
Tania Wert ...
Carolyn Soden
Heath Kalmakow ...
Phillip Soden
Alessandra Prisco ...
Fish & Chip Shop Lady
Clinton Nain ...
Patunga
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A mysterious stranger arrives at an isolated seaside town and keeps a backward brother and sister hostage in their own home.

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"Who is this woman....?"

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Comedy | Drama | Musical

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23 August 2006 (USA)  »

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AUD 20,000 (estimated)
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The house where "Nancy Nancy" was filmed is actually in Coronet Bay, the town mentioned in the film. See more »

Crazy Credits

A clip of Nancy Nancy (Tim Burns) dancing to "Night Games" (sung by Beki Thomas) is seen behind the final credits. See more »

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References The Poseidon Adventure (1972) See more »

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Night Games
Written by Matt Thomas & Timothy Spanos
Performed by Tim Burns
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Very Funny Oz Movie
12 July 2012 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I hired this out on a whim last week. Can Timothy Spanos please make more movies.

You just have no idea where this film is about to take you. My first thoughts was that this was absolute rubbish, but before you know it you are transfixed and immersed into the characters and the situations. Filmed in an almost claustrophobic style, all in the confines of one house, Nancy Nancy, has witty and surprisingly quite intelligent dialogue and some very tongue in cheek performances, most notably from Tim Burns and Polly Stanton.

This is probably the most hysterical and clever Australian film in a long time, and one you can watch with your friends over and over.


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