I am familiar with certain things from a certain time........great show but it doesn't have to be exactly as it was to be a great show I like it,not far off to what went on back in the day.........hmm hmm!exciting time still its all over.
One things is for sure the coppers back then were as it shows and the criminals (not the ones that would give you up in a single breath)were as the movie shows scary stand over men.but one things for sure its all a one way ticket to the malabar hilton(long bay jail or any other jail) just got out myself ,I met the big man and although he's now not well and in a wheel chair he's still a big man a giant in his hey day fists like boulders...anyway enough of that, top show you'll enjoy it.
I'm not familiar with the true life events of this. Therefore I found it a bit hard to follow and the actors difficult to understand. I won't be bothering with disc 2.
Don't miss this one, well worth watching, much better than underbelly
Despite its length a very entertaining mini-series. Aussie drama at its best.
Leaves Underbelly for dead
not bad though not the best i have seen watchable
A must see classic of Aussie drama
well worth watching. it's a bit dramatised and some of the facts are a bit distorted, however... the guts of it is pretty right.
realy the pits could not finish this one, bad playing,nothing but violence,yust no good and I hope we never get thie sort again, bad enough it counts as a film we have received. No more Ed
Stunning performances by Roxburgh and Martin. Americans may have a little trouble catching all the dialogue and there are no subtitles available, but you can't miss the message. This is a ferocious portrait of police corruption and how it runs rampant if unchecked.
Absolutely chilling movie, just keep reminding yourself that it's all true and you will shake your head in disbelief.
A very brutal and graphic movie about police corruption in NSW. Not for the faint hearted. Based on actual events, thought provoking and frightening.
I was very disappointed with this dvd.
Brilliant retelling of a real life story, from the crooked cop Rogerson and his criminal offsider Neddy Smith to the honest cop Michael Drury.
Australian low life. 15 minutes were too many.
This is a fine example of an Australian production done well.Bravo.More of this level of work is required from our home grown movie industry.
Fantastic series, good on the Aussie film industry for another triumph!
This is rivetting stuff! And all the more scary because it's apparently all true.
Brilliant, All the acting is first class, slick well made. Scarry to think that its all true.
A brilliant dramatisation of the corruption in the NSW police force in the 80s. Roxborough and Martin are spot-on with their portrayals of Rogerson and Smith.