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The Goddess of 1967 (2000)

Distraught Japanese businessman obsessed with Citroën DS (French car brand nicknamed Goddess) and a troubled blind 17-year-old Aussie girl who promised to sell him one drive through the Australian Outback to kill her abusive grandfather.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
... B.G.
Rikiya Kurokawa ... J.M.
... Grandpa
Elise McCredie ... Marie
Tim Richards ... Drummer Boy
Bree Beadman ... B.G. aged 9
Satya Gumbert ... Marie aged 9
... Esther
Dominic Condon ... Mr. Hughes
Tim McGarry ... Detective
... Barman
Harry Lawrence ... Old Man in Bar
Masao Ishiguro ... Noodle Man
Stephanie Daniel ... Radio Announcer (voice)
Jean-Pierre Mignon ... D.S. Sergeant (voice)


"Goddess" stands for French "Déesse", the nickname of Citroën DS, the name of a famous car designed in the fifties. A young and well-situated Japanese man is dreaming of such a car, and one fine day he finds an offering on the net. He calls the seller (a man living in Australia), they agree upon the price and so he travels to Australia in order to buy the car. But when he reaches his destination, there's chaos all around: The seller as well as his wife lay dead in their house and a 17 year old girl lets him in and offers him something to eat. He walks out with horror but then comes back because he forgot to ask about the car... The girl lets him see the car, and then they start a 5 day trip through the outback, and, at the same time, a trip back in time into the early youth of the girl and into her family's chronicle. Written by Claus Horn

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25 April 2001 (Australia)  »

Also Known As:

Der Japaner und die Göttin  »

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The two main characters of the film are never named but are listed in the credits as B.G. and J.M. This stands for Blind Girl and Japanese Man respectively. See more »


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Freshly and interestingly experimental
9 June 2001 | by See all my reviews

Clare Law was a successful blockbuster director while she was in Hong Kong, who made films like The Reincarnation of Golden Lotus. Her artistic ambition has taken her to another level of filmmaking. The Goddess of 1967 is highly experimental in style. Unlike many experimental works, however, this film does not seem pointless. On the contrary, it has a very powerful story. The story is therapeutic; it deals with abuse, incest and obsession, with an ending of recognition and reconciliation (but not the kind of phony sentimental type that is typical of Hollywood drama). This film is a work of art. Its cinematography is beautiful; its writing is humorous, despite the fact that the story is heavy. I hope the DVD will be released soon.

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