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Bondi Tsunami (2004)

Shark and Yuto are on a road trip around Autralia, surfing, smoking and drinking. They meet up with Kimiko and the mysterious Gunja Man before driving to many famous Australian landmarks.

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... Shark
Keita Abe ... Yuto
Miki Sasaki ... Kimiko
Nobuhisa Ikeda ... Gunja Man
Monique Wright ... Barmaid
Tomomi Minamisawa ... Kitchen Staff
Junko Wakabayashi ... Kitchen Staff
Yuta Inoue ... Kitchen Staff
Barton Lynch ... Surfer at Bar
James Blyth ... Drag Queen
Luke Bullock ... Tattooist
Harry Cox ... Farmer
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Shark and Yuto are on a road trip around Autralia, surfing, smoking and drinking. They meet up with Kimiko and the mysterious Gunja Man before driving to many famous Australian landmarks.

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The first Japanese surfing road movie in Australia


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3 September 2004 (Australia)  »

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AUD 150,000 (estimated)
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The AFC, FFC and NSW FTO funding bodies rejected their proposal for investment. It was then privately funded. See more »

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References The Doors (1991) See more »

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Soundtrack and the website
19 June 2006 | by See all my reviews

I watched the movie and in the credits it said the soundtrack would be available from the website www.bonditsunami.com, but the website seems to be poorly coded and gives errors after the first page. Anyone know where I can find the soundtrack?

I thought the movie was pretty cool, a good take on the emptiness of the Australian landscape especially as viewed from the perspective of a Japanese. It did get boring at times when it focused too long on a particular image that I didn't see the interest in, but a lot of it was spot on. Japanese Story deals with the same ideas in a more standard narrative format if you can't stomach this movie.


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