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The Razor's Edge (2005)

In a post apocalyptic Australia a homeless man without a past discovers a baby without a future... But both are more than they appear as destiny collides with kung-fu.

Director:

Gabriel Dowrick

Writer:

David Ratner
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Cast

Cast overview:
Nicholas Rogers ... Nameless (as Nick Rogers)
Tux Akindoyeni Tux Akindoyeni ... Thug 1
Dion Horstmans Dion Horstmans ... Thug 2
Andrew Northover Andrew Northover ... Thug 3
Sarah Damichi Sarah Damichi ... The Woman
Harper Damichi Harper Damichi ... The Baby
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In a post apocalyptic Australia a homeless man without a past discovers a baby without a future... But both are more than they appear as destiny collides with kung-fu.

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What does the world have in store for the past and the future?

Genres:

Action | Short

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Details

Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 February 2005 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

New South Wales, Australia See more »

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Budget:

AUD15,000 (estimated)
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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Trivia

A Sony Tropfest finalist in 2005. (792 entries, 16 finalists) - The world's biggest short film festival. See more »

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References Once Upon a Time in the West (1968) See more »

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Utterly Pointless
3 October 2005 | by explodingcatSee all my reviews

To the credit of this short film, it was well shot, and deservedly won the prize for best cinematography at tropfest. Having said that, the film is a pointless waste of time. The movie is a fight scene. We have no reason why this hobo is fighting a whole bunch of people, or why they are fighting him. No motivation is given. So without this information there is no point to this movie. At all. Further we didn't know whether the anonymous henchmen were just completely hopeless fighters or whether this hobo was indeed Chuck Norris. As tropfest movies go this was definitely the filler movie. I and every other person in the Domain that evening was wondering what we had just seen. It took a minute to set in just what, exactly, we had witnessed. 7 minutes of crud. Crud in a very pure form. Pointless crud. 7 minutes i'll never ever ever get back. I and all the other people watching the movie that night were robbed of 7 minutes of our lifetime. Criminal.


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