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Stoned Bros (2009)

Stone Bros. (original title)
Not Rated | | Comedy | 31 May 2009 (Australia)
Best mates Eddie and Charlie's spiritual journey goes off track and becomes a riotous trip through outback Australia.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Luke Carroll ...
Leon Burchill ...
Valentino del Toro ...
David Page ...
The 'New Age' Copper
Luke Hewitt ...
Rohanna Angus ...
Bill McCluskey ...
Service Station Owner
Sandra Umbagai-Clarke ...
Tucker Mart Girl
Cameron Bunney ...
Dream Son
Helen Hanson ...
Dream Mother (as Helen Searle)
Billy Shepperd ...
Dream Daughter (as Holly Shepperd)
Heath Bergersen ...
Sam Allen ...


City based Eddie sets off to reconnect with his blackfella roots by taking a sacred stone back to his hometown. But when wild-boy Charlie forces himself along for the ride, Eddie's spiritual journey goes off track and becomes a riotous trip through outback Australia as the boys are forced to contend with a self-obsessed Italian rock-god, a cross dressing cousin, and a demonic dog! Written by Tenille Kennedy

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31 May 2009 (Australia)  »

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AUD 3,400,000 (estimated)

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Crazy Credits

During the closing credits, the guard of the prison farm is shown standing at the edge of a dry lake. He proceeds to strip naked and dance on the dry mud. See more »


Referenced in At the Movies: Summer Special 2009/10 (2009) See more »

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Warm hearted and engaging
28 August 2009 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

There is something unique about this film beyond the plot and characters. Billed as the first Indigenous Australian comedy, Stone Bros. rightly places itself at the forefront of what is undoubtedly an original format. Like many Australian films, Stone Bros isn't shy in pointing out the flaws of its characters, and taking a dig at the local culture. However, the cast of characters are not the usual crowd, and the honest engagement with the audiences potential discomfort successfully manages to overcome a great deal of presumption about Indigenous culture, particularly in a rural or "Outback" setting.

Endearing characters; humorous and ambitious. I'm particularly impressed with the success in fulfilling that ambition for, despite being a bit rough around the edges, this film lives up to its aims: to challenge dominant perceptions and present a film that all Australians can get behind and enjoy on a lighthearted level - but in consideration of serious issues.

An important film, worth seeing:potentially an Australian classic.

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