Oscar, a young boy, defends his best friend, Loux, and kills her abusive father in the process, forcing him to run away from his rural hometown. His innocence slips away as he is introduced to love, crime and corruption.
Mark Boone Junior
Sara is a a 13 year-old Polish Jew who finds refuge and is taken in by a farmer and his wife. She soon discovers the dark secrets of her employers' marriage, compounding the greatest secret she must strive to protect, her true identity.
An ex-con, Lance, with ties to the Russian mob and Aryan brotherhood, attempts to live a quiet life after spending fifteen years in prison. His plans for a quiet life are disrupted when ... See full summary »
Alan Van Sprang
Three years after witnessing the murder of his fiancée, a man finds himself a fearful drifter, until one day at a Parisian cinema he sees an actress who looks a lot like his dead love, and eventually he finds the truth about his fiancée.
Daniel is preparing an exhibition of his work from the world's war zones. When Sebastian learns that this exhibition may display photographs of a massacre in his village, he finds Daniel and appeals to him to exclude those photographs.
The Australian film industry doesn't do itself any favours. I have lost count of how many Australian films involve trailer trash ( or whatever the Australian equivalent is ) that live in a farm or in a small town and are intent on violence and killing . Talk about stereotyping a nation and this film is no different.
This is the story of to brothers who are reunited after their fathers funeral and become a target of extortion from a group of violent local thugs .
This is not a terrible film . In actual fact the performances are really good but I've seen it all before and sadly the film bored me because of that .
The title is deceiving as well . Despite the first scene describing what Locusts do it's not about locusts. If it was , it might have been more interesting.
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