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A beautiful sexy DJ is forced to run when she stumbles on a bag of cash. Can she keep the money, conquer her demons, AND get the girl? All About E is a road trip, a comedy, and a love story. E, a beautiful, young Arabic Australian DJ seems to have it all. She is headlining at a top Sydney nightclub, has a home with her gay best-friend Matt and a world of women at her feet, but looks can be deceiving. Something is missing. When she and Matt, her husband of convenience, stumble on a bag of cash they are forced to hit the road. Suddenly E finds she has burnt too many bridges, and there is nowhere to run to but outback Australia and into the arms of ex-girlfriend Trish who broke her heart. E has to learn to face up to her past. She has to give her family the chance to accept who she really is and find the courage to live her dreams.
A great Australian movie with diverse and interesting characters, great cinematography and excellent casting
This is a wonderful movie, with something for everyone. Who could believe that such a low budget film could capture so much! Without giving too much away, the film contains a sultry anti-hero E and her beautiful sidekick Brett; her brooding family and a tribe of ex-lovers, a dog to warm anyone's heart, evil crooks and an exciting chase. There's a stunning sex scene, and best of all, the most magnificent Australian outback country & skys. This movie had twenty six screening in Australia over summer, many to sold-out audiences. The sound track is superb, and fortunately available on CD so it can be transported to your home or car. All about E is made by independent film-makers and first time Director Louise Wadley and Producer Jay Rutovitz deserve the acclaim that has been theirs since the first showing. It opened the 2015 Sydney's Mardi Gras Film Festival, a testament to its popularity.
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