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Three Summers (2017)

The new ensemble romantic comedy written and directed by Ben Elton.

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Ben Elton

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Ben Elton
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Robert Sheehan ... Roland
Rebecca Breeds ... Keevey
Michael Caton ... Henry
Magda Szubanski ... Queenie
Kate Box ... Linda
John Waters ... Eamon
Deborah Mailman ... Pam
Caroline Brazier ... Olivia
Kelton Pell Kelton Pell ... Jack
Nichola Balestri ... Ruby
Jacqueline McKenzie ... Professor Wellborn
Peter Rowsthorn Peter Rowsthorn ... Tony
Mahesh Jadu ... Baktash
Christiaan Van Vuuren Christiaan Van Vuuren ... Dexter
Joseph Pedley Joseph Pedley ... Jesse
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Set over three summers at The Westival, a fictional West Australian rural folk festival redoubtable local radio personality 'Queenie' describes as "Australia in a tent". Two young musicians fall in love against a wider collection of tales dealing with a microcosm of contemporary discussion points, including Indigenous, immigration and refugee issues. Written by AnonymousB

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There's something funny about this festival.

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Comedy

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Australia

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English

Release Date:

12 August 2017 (Australia) See more »

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Keevey: [of Roland] Pretentious twat!
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Am I missing the point?
30 May 2018 | by neil-swift-23453See all my reviews

Was this by the same Ben Elton who co penned The Young Ones and Blackadder? After reading other reviews I was really looking forward to get a taste of his brilliant writing skills again but it just didn't work at all for me at all. It didn't go anywhere and was like a long mindless train journey that never actually arrived at it's destination. Dull, uninteresting and not funny at all. Sorry Ben but as a great admirer of your brilliant work back in the day, this falls way short.


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