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Elspeth Dickens dreams of finding her "voice" despite being stuck in an isolated farmhouse with her twin toddlers. A web-cam becomes her pathway to fame and fortune, but at a price.

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Mark Lamprell
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Laura Michelle Kelly ... Elspeth Dickens
Ronan Keating ... James Dickens
Magda Szubanski ... Cassandra Wolfe
Levi Morrison Levi Morrison ... Zack
Phoenix Morrison Phoenix Morrison ... Fred
Hugo Johnstone-Burt ... Ralph
Lucy Durack ... Cherry
Dustin Clare ... Rory
Tamsin Carroll Tamsin Carroll ... Deb
Natalie Tran Natalie Tran ... Helen
Pia Miranda Pia Miranda ... Sophie
Corinne Grant Corinne Grant ... Fizz
Cameron Lyon Cameron Lyon ... Neil
Celia Ireland ... Mary
Paul Livingston ... Waiter
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Elspeth Dickens dreams of finding her "voice" despite being stuck in an isolated farmhouse with her twin toddlers. A web-cam becomes her pathway to fame and fortune, but at a price.

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Let's all have a party!


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Australia

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English

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14 March 2013 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Богиня See more »

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2.35 : 1
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Based in Stanley, Tasmania. A small town on the upper north west coast. See more »

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References Cabaret (1972) See more »

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Let's All Have a Party
Written and Composed by Joanna Weinberg, Judy Morris and Audius Mtawarira
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Not what I expected, very satisfied !
17 March 2013 | by robert-loreSee all my reviews

Well, I have never written a review before, but after just seeing it at the Orpheum and chatting over it with friends, six of the seven of us really enjoyed it. At first I though we had a 'chick - flick' on our hands (well it is) and was prepared for a a bit of shut eye. It was however well worth seeing. The film warms up well and had me engaged completely from about fifteen minutes in.

Its a story about life, relationships, choices and sacrifices made, played out is a pleasing way. I kept on feeling the plot was going to turn down a less savory/disappointing path and it did not. The end result was better than that.

The wardrobe showed a very retro fifties/sixties feel and like the movie was light and fun.

It was light and fun ! The music was original, and performances excellent. My wife was very impressed with Dustin Claire, recently on TV's Spartacus. He sings pretty well too.

Magda Szubanski is a bit of an Aussie icon, and she was great, cast into her role brilliantly.

It was a musical, and I usually avoid musicals, but the sung parts were key to the movie, ie they didn't feel tacked on, and performed well.

I liked it, and it is worth seeing, but take your wife/girlfriend !


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