Meet Stegman. He's dead. In this crime comedy, bizarre assassins must come together to unravel the puzzle of Stegman's blackmail secret, and why he's already dead on the set of his own porn... See full summary »
A fast-pace thriller with a bite of Australian charm
Watched this at a film festival recently and was not disappointed. The tension will keep you squirming on the edge of your seat right up to its astonishing climax. Australian cinema has never looked so fresh with great performances from the lead actors. It's hardly surprising coming from the country that gave us Mad Max (a post-apocalyptic genre film not too dissimilar to this one) but it seems like the new generation of Ozzie filmmaking is here to stay as this well-oiled machine of a movie ramps up the bar for independent thrillers. With great production value, stunning locations and a cracking script, fans of white-knuckle flicks like Blue Ruin or Run Lola Run should definitely check this one out.
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