Rebecca Breeds who plays a six month pregnant, Sally in Slam practiced wearing a prosthetic bump for months in everyday life in New York (where she lives). The only time she was caught out was when she went into a shoe shop to try out a pair of very high heels. See more »
Slam is a thought provoking, slow burn film and it builds up to an explosive ending. It tells the story of a young muslim Australian who gets trapped in a cycle of prejudice and Islamophobia of the politicians and media. Rare for an Australian film that talks about minorities. Saw it at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival. A must watch, now available on Foxtel-Binge. Compelling cinema!
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