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Awesome highly character driven B-grade low budget Aussie flick
Probably one of the best Aussie films displaying acting talent by all leads in this highly character driven B-grade low budget film. Matt Nable, Abbey Lee and Simone Kessell played their characters great, but the stand-out performance for me was Josh McConville as Knuck's brother.
Director Stephen McCallum did a fine job in his first full length feature film. Actor Matt Nable's 2nd writing credit was a great story (aside from a few minor plot issues), but the screenplay certainly needed some tweaking, but still well done for his 2nd attempt. The 92 min length was perfect and the pace was on point.
There certainly was room for improvement in this production, but for a low budget film, it showed really well, and held my attention throughout the entire film.
A well deserved 8/10 from me.
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