Bangkok Hilton (1989)

Bangkok Hilton
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Adult themes, Moderate violence, Drug use, Drug references

Director: Ken Cameron
Actors: Bogdan Koca, Brian Bovell, Denholm Elliott, Hugo Weaving, Jerome Ehlers, John Alansu, Nicole Kidman, Noah Taylor, Norman Kaye, Raina McKeon, Richard Carter, Sinan Leong, Judy Morris, Norman Hodges, Vincent Ball, Colin Borgonon, Gerda Nicolson, Wallas Eaton, Joy Smithers, Sylvia Yuen, Pauline Chan, Ambika Baxter, Lucy Bayler, David Bennett, Jonathan Biggins, Amir Blazey, David Bookalil, Somsak Boonpetch, Brian Brady, Tan Chandraviroj, Cary Cowling, Adolfo Cruzado, Joseph Dibbayawan, Quang Dinh, Lewis Fiander, Mishi Fukinishi, Lachelle Gaymon, Ron Hackett, Amber Haidar, Sally Hudson, Eliot Jurd, Tavit Karmolphachak, Vachira Karmolphachak, Ali Kay, Clarissa Kaye-Mason, Forin Kool, Lois Larimore, Deidre Lassau, Lin Chin Lee, Tony Lo, Gandhi Macintyre, Charlie Mallanoo, Lindsay Mccormack, Van Michael

Australia’s most acclaimed television MINI SERIES', available for the very first time on DVD. This is the second instalment of the Kennedy Miller Collection and includes an additional three, highly anticipated MINI SERIES - Bangkok Hilton, Vietnam & The Cowra Breakout.Bangkok Hilton is the story of Kat Stanton, an Australian woman searching for her father who, whilst travelling back from London to Australia via Thailand. Kat is tricked into carrying some luggage through Thai customs, only for the police to find drugs in her bag. Kat is sentenced to spend time in the horrific "Bangkok Hilton" prison. Whilst she endures the terrible conditions inside, Kat's lawyer Richard Carlisle and ex-patriot Hal Stanton battle with the authorities to have her freed.Starring Nicole Kidman, Hugo Weaving & Noah Taylor.

DVD Boxset
Status: LongWait
Run time: 270mins
Origin: AUSTRALIA
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Subtitles: English for the Hearing Impaired

Member Reviews (21)

wendy h
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I found this to be very entertaining and well acted. Great viewing, can't wait to see disk 2
Posted Friday, 2 March 2012 See my other reviews
mrtrik
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i seen this years ago awsome movie,i personaly know someone who was in a thai prison very reall to what it would really be like .graet aussie acting top movie.
Posted Sunday, 19 February 2012 See my other reviews
Antony D
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looking forward to the second part... So far it is very very good... a bit slow at times, but excellent acting, and very very realistic... (SPOILER) I also like the different themes through the movie.. family tradition vs family love, ...search for the parents..., using innocent 'mules' for drug trafficking... corruption of Asian court/gov systems... And their is no truth/justice in any court system! Looking forward to the second DVD!!
Posted Sunday, 12 February 2012 See my other reviews
db
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I loved this and would like to get the second part of it
Posted Monday, 3 October 2011 See my other reviews
Michael
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Enjoyable, coming of age story, about drug trafficing
Posted Saturday, 8 August 2009 See my other reviews
yeo44
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a must to watch,Nichole Kidman acts very well in it, as does the others, a must ,is to watch other follow ones of the story
Posted Tuesday, 27 January 2009 See my other reviews
Anne W.
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a bit dated and dull in parts, fast forward to the good bits in gaol
Posted Sunday, 23 November 2008 See my other reviews
Heide E.
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Had seen it a long long time ago, - so it was almost "as new" to us. Gripping, plausible story, well acted by wonderful Denham Elliot and Nicole Kidman. We couldn't take our eyes of it and saw the whole series in only two session. Can thoroughly recommend it.
Posted Wednesday, 9 July 2008 See my other reviews
Barbara S.
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Posted Monday, 7 April 2008 See my other reviews
ka-tet
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Not just a prison break tale, but a story about how history has a habit of repeating itself, and the need to find out where you came from.
Posted Thursday, 14 February 2008 See my other reviews
Phillipa P.
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A great fav.
Posted Wednesday, 30 January 2008 See my other reviews
Brian M.
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AND A HALF. Colour was strange on the DVD. However, enjoyed watching this mini-series for the first time at last. Kidman shows what a star she was to become. Music was over the top and some of the plot points strained credulity but a very engrossing story well told.
Posted Monday, 31 December 2007 See my other reviews
dodgerdoo
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You can see why Nicole Kidman became a superstar - she is brilliant in this role. This is one of those movies that never dates. Can't wait to see part 2.
Posted Wednesday, 24 October 2007 See my other reviews
Yvonne C.
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Posted Monday, 13 August 2007 See my other reviews
Don
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This is one of the best films I have seen in a long time. The scenes in Thailand remind me so much of documentaries I have seen. It is hard to disbelieve the story, fictional as it may be. The acting is superb.
Posted Sunday, 8 July 2007 See my other reviews
cj
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I thoroughly enjoyed this classic mini-series with great performances from all the stars. Also thought provoking about possibility of innocent people facing death because of the zero tolerance for drug trafficking in asian countries.
Posted Thursday, 14 December 2006 See my other reviews
tiborg
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AUSSIE movies are the BEST. Young Kidman is much better ,than the mature one. Seems that Hollywood cramped her style?!!? Elliott's performance is excepcional! The direction and storyline soperb. All in all I loved it. Warning,it is a three part series,so make sure you get the two discs together.
Posted Monday, 18 September 2006 See my other reviews
Peter P.
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Posted Wednesday, 29 March 2006 See my other reviews
Amber O.
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A classic Australian movie. Excellent performances by Aussie cast.
Posted Tuesday, 28 February 2006 See my other reviews
Billy
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One of the best movies of this subject. Well acted and directed. As timely in 2006 as it was when it was made
Posted Sunday, 26 February 2006 See my other reviews
Shrean N.
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Posted Tuesday, 21 February 2006 See my other reviews
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