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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>
This is one of the most pathetic, lame-brained cr*p stories I have ever had the misfortune to see.
Just imagine a plot vaguely similar to LADYBUGS - but without Rodney Dangerfield, Jonathan Brandis or anything remotely resembling a sense of comic timing, and you pretty much get the idea where this story is heading.
The sort of film to make you scratch your head in wonder going "what the heck were they thinking here?" I didn't even crack a smile during the whole drawn-out process.
Extremely disappointing and laborious storytelling.
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