Very average Australian movie stars of good then get to boring
a great little film featuring a teenage girl and her family in northern NSW. She is struggling with teenage hood and rebels against her single mother. She and her demented grandfather try to rub away but a happy ending brings the film to gentle conclusion.
such a disappointment not worth the watch
good but felt it was too short and too much detail left out.like a lot of aussie films more arty than entertainment
Unfortunately, too many Australian films are like this - a potentially strong storyline trivialised by bad scripting and bad acting. There is the usual recurring motif - this time burning sugar cane- which seems to have no direct relation to anything. The performances are static and the plot has the occasional glimpse of pathos, but is ultimately unconvincing.
The best ad for a condom ever written. Such a pity taxpayer money was wasted to support such dribble. No way would I show this to my family hence the M rating.
Would never recommend this to anyone, wash your hair, get an early one, play cards, anything
A very enjoyable movie the whole family can watch with the occasional "F" word.
Finally an Australian movie that I can honestly say was well made with a wonderful storyline. With the exception of the odd F word I would say this is one for the whole family and deserves to be watched.