After a robbery scam that goes bad, lovers Nikki and Al take off into the Australian outback, pursued by the police and a malevolent footballer named Zipper Doyle, and meet a number of offbeat characters.
Spider and Rose are on the road to Coonabarabran. It's Spider's last day working as an ambo, and he's in a hurry. Rose has been in a car crash and would prefer they take their time. Along ... See full summary »
Two young scam artists rob their drugged victims after the woman is picked up in bars and taken to a hotel room. The only problem is that their latest victim dies. Looking at his stuff, they suddenly find a video tape with a former athlete sexually involved with a young boy. The woman contacts the athlete and sets off a series of murders in which they are incriminated and a chase across Australia led by the athlete, the police, and an aborigine tracker.Written by
John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
One significant element that propelled this film to realization [i.e. green-lit], said director Bill Bennett, was international sales company Beyond Film's enthusiasm for it. "Gary Hamilton [General Manager of Beyond Films] had always been interested in the project and I gave him the final script, within forty-eight hours they [Hamilton and managing director Mikael Borglund] made me an offer, and both were really instrumental in bringing other elements into place." See more »
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Bill Bennett and the entire crew put together a great film in "Kiss or Kill." After first viewing the trailer on the VHS of The Jackal, I waited two years before coming across this movie. Both Matt Day and Francis O'Connor play a great role. The story is marvelously put together and one you will have to watch closely. This movie was the breakout role for Francis O'Connor, which she can also be seen in Bedazzled, Windtalkers, and About Adam.
This film made me a fan of Australian film. Much better than a 6.3 ranking, head over to overstock.com and pick up a copy. It is only, ONLY, $2.00. Best two bucks you'll ever spend! Highly recommended!
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