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The characters, entities, events and scenes depicted in this film are fictitious. Any similarities to actual persons, living or dead, or to actual entities or events are purely coincidental. Except for the bit where dog bit the sprinkler. That really happened. See more »
Deleted scene included on the DVD:
Just before the scene with Ben and Julie at the pub, there was a short (29sec) scene where Ben meets Julie at the Melbourne Tribune and makes a half-arsed apology. There follows a joke at the expense of Jerry Maguire.
What a refreshing movie. All of the Aussie actors I love. Just pure fun. It cheered me up no end. No pretense. The actors I now know some years later, just amazing. I did not even know of this film but watched it on Foxtel this afternoon. It records the era of monumental police corruption but in a very funny way
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