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The Marriage of Figaro (2009)

Fig is a knockabout Aussie bloke who loves his lady, his two kids and his Harley, though not necessarily in that order. All in all life is pretty sweet, but when lady Sheree puts the hard word on him to get hitched, everything goes pear-shaped.

Director:

Chris Moon

Writer:

Chris Moon (screenwriter)
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Cast

Credited cast:
Tony Hill Tony Hill ... Fig
Jacqueline Cook Jacqueline Cook ... Sherree
Michael Allen Michael Allen ... Heath
Nikki Fort Nikki Fort ... Mum
Michaela Cantwell Michaela Cantwell ... Rosine
Alirio Zavarce Alirio Zavarce ... Stefan
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Peta Astbury ... Video Show Bride
Andrew Bartlett Andrew Bartlett ... Home Video Show Winner
Duncan Bruce Duncan Bruce ... Video Show Groom
Geoffrey Cotton Geoffrey Cotton ... Limo Driver
Rosie Denny Rosie Denny ... Melody
Nicole Dickmann Nicole Dickmann ... Nurse
Fahad Farooque Fahad Farooque ... Dr. Shiv
Gary Ferguson Gary Ferguson ... Fat Larry
Patrick Frost Patrick Frost ... Dad
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Fig is a knockabout Aussie bloke who loves his lady, his two kids and his Harley, though not necessarily in that order. All in all life is pretty sweet, but when lady Sheree puts the hard word on him to get hitched, everything goes pear-shaped.

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The hilarious journey of a bloke just trying to do the right thing

Genres:

Comedy

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

2009 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

South Australia, Australia See more »

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Box Office

Budget:

AUD50,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$11,872
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Technical Specs

Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.78 : 1
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Trivia

Tony Hill (Figaro) is a real life biker acting in his first role. See more »

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Adelaide looks like an ugly place... and the film itself is just us ugly
27 March 2014 | by shaye22See all my reviews

Fences of rusted corrugated iron, dead lawn, overgrown gardens, decaying palm trees... is this film trying to portray the poverty of Adelaide or is it just really this ugly and low class? As an Australian (from Melbourne), who has lived in the US for over a decade, I'm tired of seeing my former home country portrayed so terribly trashy and unattractive in film (Animal Kingdom?), but at the same time I feel the suburbs and cities themselves, particularly those portrayed in this film, are need of some dire landscaping. Or are they trying to paint the landscape as a backdrop for the plot?

However, the aesthetics of this film are not essential to a good film and aside from the way it looks, The Marriage of Figaro was certainly still not a good film. It's still poorly made, with some weak performances, and terrible editing. Nothing really redeemed this.

Don't bother with this one... it only re-enforces that crone-worthy "ocker" Aussie-ness that needs to become a part of our very distant history and stay there.


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