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The Finder (2001)

A private investigator (Simon Westaway) must rescue an executive's daughter (Anja Coleby).

Director:

Frank Shields

Writer:

Phillip Avalon
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Simon Westaway Simon Westaway ... Les Kearney
Paul Mercurio ... Leo Natoli
Anja Coleby Anja Coleby ... Rebecca Castaldi
Allison Cratchley ... Michelle Reed
Barry Langrishe Barry Langrishe ... Bob Castaldi
Alan Lovell Alan Lovell ... Ace Mulroney
Alan Cinis Alan Cinis ... Lew Roberts
Dieter Brummer Dieter Brummer ... Rick Davidson
Gerard Maguire ... Sgt. Jack Matthews (as Gerard MacGuire)
Callan Mulvey ... Sam Natoli
Rowena Wallace Rowena Wallace ... Irene Davidson
Rob Carlton Rob Carlton ... Wheels
Vic Rooney Vic Rooney ... Jim Davidson
Lani John Tupu ... Lyle Riskin
Matt Wilkinson Matt Wilkinson ... Lee Ting
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A private investigator (Simon Westaway) must rescue an executive's daughter (Anja Coleby).

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 December 2007 (Hungary) See more »

Also Known As:

Az embervadász See more »

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Worth tracking down!
19 February 2005 | by info-4083See all my reviews

A strong Aussie indie thriller that gives you a buzz spotting all the local landmarks around Sydney. For non Aussies, it's just great scenery. Strong feminine lead but the movie stands out as a platform for Simon Westaway to strut his stuff as a PI, taking on a case he really isn't too excited about. Interesting performance (albeit brief) from Paul Mercurio (Strictly Ballroom) in a baddie role. Look out as well for Rowena Wallace and yesterday's hero, Dieter Brummer (Home & Away). The soundtrack is strong, featuring Kevin Johhnson (for all those who can remember the 60/70's!! Another film from noted Sydney producer, Phil Avalon who among other things, introduced Mel Gibson to the silver screen a long time ago. Well planned, plotted and executed..and worth tracking down (excuse the pun!)


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