Elspeth Dickens dreams of finding her "voice" despite being stuck in an isolated farmhouse with her twin toddlers. A web-cam becomes her pathway to fame and fortune, but at a price.

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Cassandra Wolfe
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Elspeth Dickens dreams of finding her "voice" despite being stuck in an isolated farmhouse with her twin toddlers. A web-cam becomes her pathway to fame and fortune, but at a price.

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Based in Stanley, Tasmania. A small town on the upper north west coast. See more »

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References Cabaret (1972) See more »

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Private Party
Written and Composed by Joanna Weinberg, Judy Morris and Audius Mtawarira
Performed by Laura Michelle Kelly
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Small doesn't mean it can't still be beautiful
15 November 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I loved this film. I don't generally do musicals, but I do tend to like anything that is different from a lot of the mainstream bilge pumped out by Hollywood. I'm a big fan of Australian cinema precisely because it produces quirky, charming films like this. I agree it's unlikely to ever win any Oscars, but that is possibly part of its appeal. The "stars" are not A-list but who cares. Like champagne, the film is light and frothy and lacking in substance but, if you accept it for what it is, it's still thoroughly enjoyable. I saw this film on an international airline, so hopefully its gradually picking up a worldwide fan base and rightly so. Be proud Australia - your films are much better than you give them credit for!


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