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Australia Day (2017)

On Australia's most controversial national holiday, the lives of three Australians from diverse cultural backgrounds will collide, illuminating contemporary issues of racial tension and ... See full summary »

Director:

Kriv Stenders
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3 nominations. See more awards »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Miah Madden ... April Tucker
Elias Anton ... Sami Ghaznavi
Jenny Wu ... Lan Chang
Daniel Webber ... Jason Patterson
Luke Howell ... Tony Agosti
Shari Sebbens Shari Sebbens ... Sonya Mackenzie
Yasmin Honeychurch ... Kaytee Tucker
Bryan Brown ... Terry Friedman
Kee Chan ... Zhou Chong
Burgess Abernethy ... Traffic Investigator Sergeant
Roxanne Mcdonald Roxanne Mcdonald ... Indigenous Woman
Isabelle Cornish ... Chloe Patterson
Sean Keenan ... Dean Patterson
Neil Pigot Neil Pigot ... Inspector Michael Bester
Jacy Lewis Jacy Lewis ... Senior Constable Liz Jamieson
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On Australia's most controversial national holiday, the lives of three Australians from diverse cultural backgrounds will collide, illuminating contemporary issues of racial tension and national identity that simmer beneath the surface of modern Australia.

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From the Director of Red Dog and The Principal See more »

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Drama

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Country:

Australia

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English | Chinese | Persian

Release Date:

12 June 2017 (Australia) See more »

Filming Locations:

Brisbane, Australia See more »

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Trivia

Third of three feature film collaborations [to date, September 2017] of actor Bryan Brown and director Kriv Stenders after Kill Me Three Times (2014) and the previous year's Red Dog: True Blue (2016). See more »

Goofs

A white iPhone is used incorrectly, because the actor has a conversation with a caller whilst holding the iPhone the wrong way, with the microphone next to his ear and the loudspeaker next to his mouth. See more »

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Worst movie ever made
9 January 2019 | by milo3334See all my reviews

I watched 20 minutes of this awful movie and it's everything Australia is not. It's an anti-Australian movie from the eyes of socialist lefties in the lame movie industry in this country. Don't bother watching.


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