Truly disturbing no budget experimental experience a-rama
Set in a tiny isolated mining town in western Tasmania, Rosebery is a truly disturbing film. Watching it is visceral experience - the script, performances and cinematography combine make this a dirty & dark ride.
You have to see it.
This film was made on an oily rag with most of the actors untrained - the male lead is particularly amazing of the amateurs, a terrifying raging jerk.
It is the way this film is made that separates it from anything else like it - the experimental film techniques utilised throughout brilliantly underscore the seedy & crappy life in the town of Rosebery.
Only one other film has given me the same feeling as watching Rosebery 7470, and that was the masterpiece Texas Chainsaw Massacre. Both brilliantly executed exercises in feeling and mood.
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