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All Men Are Liars (1995)

Mick's father, Barry, sells the family piano, causing Mick's mother, Irene to leave. In order to raise enough money to buy the piano back, Mick dresses in his mother's clothes and becomes ... See full summary »

Director:

Gerard Lee

Writer:

Gerard Lee
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1 win & 5 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Credited cast:
Toni Pearen Toni Pearen ... Angela
David Price ... Mick
John Jarratt ... Barry
Jamie Peterson Jamie Peterson ... Tom
Carmen Tanti Carmen Tanti ... Irene
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ken Billett Ken Billett ... Alf
Shawn Cady Shawn Cady ... Shawn
Paul Cantoni Paul Cantoni ... Paul
Francis Carida Francis Carida ... Yanni
Cristin Daniel Cristin Daniel ... Rick
Linda Farrington Linda Farrington ... Singer at Concert
Matt Flannagan ... Geoff
Gregor Girowetz Gregor Girowetz ... Vegie
Yvette Konig Yvette Konig ... Jo
George Margino George Margino ... George
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Mick's father, Barry, sells the family piano, causing Mick's mother, Irene to leave. In order to raise enough money to buy the piano back, Mick dresses in his mother's clothes and becomes Michelle to join an all-girl band that has come into town for the annual harvest festival. Angela, the leader of the band, starts to question her sexuality when she begins to fall in love with Mick/Michelle. Written by Sean Rintel <S.Rintel@mailbox.uq.oz.au>

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Comedy

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 November 1995 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Alle Männer sind Lügner See more »

Company Credits

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Arenafilm See more »
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Color
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A film title is actually only the first half of a well-known proverb.A full proverb goes:'All men are liars, all women are angels.' See more »

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Mambo Jambo
Written by Raymond Karl, Charlie Towne and Dámaso Pérez Prado (as Perez Prado)
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It's just a light hearted comedy...
2 April 2002 | by kismetgeckoSee all my reviews

This flick was pretty good. It's light hearted and simple. It has a bit of fun while trying to re-arrange some of the sexual stereotypes which can be found some places in rural Australia. It kept me interested with its simplicity and kept a good consistency in its comic approach. It's the sort of movie I could watch a few times and not get completely sick of. Mainly because the characters and the presentation are quite endearing in their beauty...but that's probably a drawback for some of you. Even if you don't like the cutesie presentation of this flick it may still be worth it if you would like to watch people play around with sexual stereotypes in a rural Australian setting.


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