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Credited cast:
Darren Holmes ...
Matthew Holmes ...
Thomas Norton
Joshua Jaeger ...
Jack Humphries
Robyn Dickinson ...
Alice Carmody
Hakan Magill ...
Robert Locchel
Jonnie Western ...
Bertie
Edwin Hodgeman ...
Old William (voice)
Stewart Lindsay ...
Percy
Ross Morgan ...
Ron
David Anderson ...
Frank
Wesley Holmes ...
Phillip Carmody
Andrew Crispe ...
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Henry
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Maggie (scenes deleted)
Corrie Cupit ...
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Two brothers are on a long journey across New South Wales, Australia in 1939. Travelling on foot, they trying to reach the city of Melbourne to start their own business. However, a series of events on the road lead them to the township of Riverton, where the brother's loyalty to each other is challenged when new dreams are discovered. Written by Matthew Holmes

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Two Brothers. Two Destinies. One Journey.

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4 August 2007 (Australia)  »

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AUD 30,000 (estimated)
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The film was made over a number of years and shot predominantly on weekends. See more »

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William Norton: I won't be back here for a while, Tom. You understand. Until then, you just keep on dreaming.
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Mateship at its best
1 January 2010 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Avoided watching this movie for some time on the basis it will just be another poorly acted Australian soap. Came away thinking this is one of the best movies I have seen.

It is hard to believe that this great movie was made without external financial support and instead relied on the assistance of 300 volunteers and community organizations including vintage car clubs.

All of the actors provided believable presentations of their characters. Just came across as ordinary people living in the times of 1939.

This movie not only confronts the issues that so many Australians faced during that period (1939) of the great depression but the settings in the towns, on the sheep stations and along the dusty roads give a real picture of what Australia was like at the time.

Simple but poignant themes of mateship, young men growing up, following dreams and the truth of how significant people come in to and pass through lives often leaving the seed for further development.

A story told that people of all ages can relate to.


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