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Tommy, a gifted teenage composer, dreams of being accepted into the famous Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Unfortunately, a good band is hard to find in the middle of Outback Australia - until a strange incident involving flying watermelons leads him to a group of talented prison inmates. Written by
Tommy, your performance yesterday was an embarrassment. Now you want to go away to some music college, and you're not even good enough to impress a bunch of graziers? You're a cocky, Tommy. Everything else is just a road to nowhere. Now, listen to me. We have bled and sweat our lives into Harmony Station. Through drought and rain, that land has supported McAlpines for three generations, and if you want to throw that all away to pursue some worthless folly, at least have the common sense to find...
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I, without a doubt, give the max grade to this movie and as of tonight
it made my TOP 10 EVER list of movies. If you're looking for that
special something, the out-of-the-box thinking coupled with good
advice, lots of perseverance, focus on the goal and hard work. The road
is bumpy and not without surprises but the ultimate result of Tommy's
work in teaming up inmates for evading their status quo by reaching out
the freedom of expression through music is unbelievable. I have never
had so much energy from a piece of music such as Tommy's concert in
Sydney. Kat sees the real Tommy and that changes her scary life down-
spiral, too. They both find love in the community project that changed
many lives. Family matters, friendship and good over evil prevail, it's
all around a great movie to watch. Strongly recommended to families
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