The Cars That Ate Paris
In Paris, the traffic is murder.
Paris is a quiet little country town… but the unsuspecting motorist who turns off the main highway, attracted by a barrage of inviting signs, will soon discover that the road to Paris is a DEATH TRAP!
The town’s residents live off road accidents. They snare motorists, dispose of the dead and conduct medical experiments on the injured.
Paris lives off cars – spare parts are their currency – however, the source of their livelihood is about to turn against them. The cars will have their revenge.
"The Cars That Ate Paris" was Peter Weir’s first major feature film. It is arguably his most striking, offbeat and original work. It also contains one of the most memorable performances by veteran Australian actor, John Meillon.
She opened her door to... a nightmare
Jill Cowper (Judy Morris) is the wife of a University doctor (Robert Coleby). One morning there is an unexpected knock at the door and she opens it to reveal a man who says he’s the plumber. So begins five days of mental torment that will change her life.
To Jill’s disbelief, the simple plumbing job turns into a major overhaul, and in no time the slightly unbalanced tradesman (Ivar Kants) has torn up her entire bathroom, and her sense of security as well. Worse, he seems to be playing psychological intimidation and domination games with her.
Peter Weir’s "The Plumber" will scare you… challenge you… and disturb you.