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Amy is a story of a young girl who witnesses her dad's death on stage at a rock concert. She becomes mentally mute/deaf after this, and 4 years later discovers she can communicate only by singing.

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Amy Enker
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Tanya Rammus
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Robert Buchanan
Nick Barker ...
Will Enker
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Sarah Trendle
Jeremy Trigatti ...
Zac Trendle
William Zappa ...
Bill Trendle
Torquil Neilson ...
Luke Lassiter
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Wayne Lassiter
Mary Ward ...
Mrs. Mullins
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Anny Buchanan
Frank Gallacher ...
Dr Urquhart
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Brian Cosgrove
Jan Friedl ...
Susan Hammett
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Maurice Reitman
Osvaldo Maione ...
Franco Rammus (as Oswldo Maione)
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Country Doctor
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Wax Stevens
Leon Teague ...
Alex
Steve Brown ...
Leon
Paul Cecchinelli ...
Eddie
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Mike Cialino
Marco Chiappi ...
Greg Barton
Robert Meldrum ...
Brad Duffy
Adriano Cortese ...
Manny Cortex
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Jeanette Chandler
Jon Stephens ...
Singing Psychologist
Melissa Wright ...
Amy (4yo)
Dennis Coard ...
Snr Sgt Thurgood
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PC Franklin
Cristin Daniel ...
PC Jamieson
David Mason ...
Paparazzi
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Dr Pascoe
John Tass-Parker ...
Republican boy (as John Tass Parker)
Shawn Unsworth ...
Australian waiter
Jonathon Brooks ...
Punk 1 (as Jonothan Brooks)
Eric Mueck ...
Punk 2
Annie Camm ...
Cindy
Jeff Kovski ...
Concert man
James Penlidis ...
Concert photographer
Christina Plitzco ...
Matron
Bobby Bright ...
Busker
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Postman
Fernando Mira ...
Spanish waiter
Elena Maya Meerman ...
Flamenco dancer
Manuel Venela ...
Flamenco guitarist
Peter Docker ...
Other policeman
Will Deumer ...
Greyhound driver
Monette Simone Russo ...
Amy picture DW
Janette Kearns ...
Mrs. Mullins vocal DW
Timothy Hurley ...
Tim Tim the Clown
Nick Bourke ...
Busking violinist
Michelle Constantino ...
Prostitute
Sarah Carter ...
Carousel receptionist
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Singing receptionist
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Groupie
Kate Hardiman ...
Concert attendee
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Waiter

Directed by

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Nadia Tass

Written by

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David Parker ... (writer)

Produced by

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Paul Hancock ... associate producer
Phil Jones ... co-producer
David Parker ... producer
Nadia Tass ... producer

Music by

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Phil Judd

Cinematography by

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David Parker

Film Editing by

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Bill Murphy

Editorial Department

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David Birrell ... first assistant editor
Ian Letcher ... color timer
Rochelle Oshlack ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Cameron Harris

Production Design by

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Jon Dowding

Art Direction by

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Hugh Bateup

Set Decoration by

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Lisa Thompson

Costume Design by

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Christina Plitzco

Makeup Department

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Amanda Rowbottom ... makeup artist
Zeljka Stanin ... hair stylist
Dallas Stephens ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Leigh Ammitzboll ... unit manager
David Birrell ... post-production supervisor
Lesley Parker ... production manager
Shane Warren ... unit manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Jason Byrne ... third assistant director
Bob Donaldson ... first assistant director
Iain Pirret ... third assistant director
Christian Robinson ... second assistant director

Art Department

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Brian Dusting ... painter
Christina Díaz Norman ... art department coordinator (as Christina Norman)
Robert Fidgeon ... storyboard artist
John Haratzis ... scenic artist
Daniel Mapp Moroni ... set dresser
Robert Mijac ... carpenter
Brendan Mullen ... construction manager
Jane Murphy ... graphic artist
Liam Siddel ... painter
David Sipthorp ... carpenter
Rob Stevenson ... storyboard artist
Christopher Timms ... carpenter

Sound Department

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Tony Dickinson ... boom operator
Bruce Emery ... dolby consultant
Dean Gawen ... re-recording mixer / sound editor
David Gilmour ... boom operator
Paul Huntingford ... sound editor
Allen Hurd ... sound recordist
George Parton ... foley recordist
Andrew Ramage ... sound recordist
Keith Thomas ... mix assistance
Michael Thompson ... adr recordist
Rex Watts ... sound editor
Steve Witherow ... adr recordist

Special Effects by

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Tony Casser ... special effects
Jeff Little ... special effects
Kevin Plummer ... special effects
Angelo Sahin ... special effects technician
Peter Stubbs ... special effects
Kevin Turner ... special effects technician

Visual Effects by

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Paul Cross ... optical effects
Michael Gracey ... digital artist
Wayne John Haag ... matte painter
Chris Schwarze ... visual effects producer
Ian Sheath ... optical effects
Peter Webb ... visual effects designer

Stunts

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Brett Anderson ... stunt double: Nick Barker
Lance Anderson ... stunts
Aileen Croule ... stunt double: Mary Ward
Roy Edmunds ... stunts
Zev Eleftheriou ... stunt coordinator
Graham Jahne ... stunts
Jools Weigh ... stunts

Camera and Electrical Department

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Richard Allardice ... key grip
Ian Dewhurst ... gaffer
Warwick Field ... focus puller
Russell Hopkins ... focus puller
Marin Johnson ... assistant grip
Jude Lovatt ... clapper loader
Peter Stockley ... grip
Skip Watkins ... still photographer
Daryl White ... camera operator: video camera
David Williamson ... camera operator

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Bernice Devereaux ... costume assistant
Alison Fowler ... costumer
Denise Petrovic ... assistant wardrobe
Gabrielle Stewart ... costume assistant

Location Management

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Neil McCart ... location manager

Music Department

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Chris Gough ... music supervisor
Julie Hodges ... music supervisor (as Julie Spinks)

Script and Continuity Department

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Cathy Smith ... script editor
Jo Weeks ... script supervisor

Other crew

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Colette Birrell ... production secretary
Sarah Carter ... stand-in
Sarah Finney ... unit publicist
Trish Foreman ... production coordinator
John Fox ... armorer
Clea Frost ... assistant to director
Dave Gist ... production executive
David Goldman ... publicist
Alex Graf ... stand-in: Rachael Griffiths
Bill Hinckley ... production executive
Nadeen Kingshoff ... production accountant
James Poulson ... assistant operator: HotHead
Veronica Powell ... assistant to producer (as Veronica Stockley)
Richael Tanner ... stand-in: Melissa Wright
Caitlin Wainrib ... stand-in: Alana De Roma / stand-in: Mary Ward

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Amy is a story of a young girl who witnesses her dad's death on stage at a rock concert. She becomes mentally mute/deaf after this, and 4 years later discovers she can communicate only by singing. Written by SnowYs

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Taglines She taught the world to sing. See more »
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Also Known As
  • Эми (Russia)
  • Amy em busca de si mesma (Brazil)
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Runtime
  • 104 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The venue for the concert towards the end of the film where Amy is found is the Sydney Myer Music Bowl. It is located in gardens near the centre of Melbourne and is used for a wide range of functions, including concerts and Carols by Candlelight. See more »
Goofs Amy's travels, when she is lost, take her through a wide range of Melbourne locations, and represent a long convoluted trip, which would most likely beyond the average 8-year-old child, requiring much walking and considerable use of public transport. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Wedding Planner/Amy/Sugar & Spice/Shadow of the Vampire/Taboo (2001). See more »
Quotes Tanya Rammus: Do you think that someone who can't speak, could sing?
Dr. Urquhart: I once saw a woman who couldn't walk, but she could dance.
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