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If Hell were other people, then Danny would be tormented by Hades all the time. He has just moved to his 47th shared house, this time in Brisbane and his friends have not improved. One lives in the closet, the other in the tent in the living room and before Danny goes to the shared house No. 48 In Melbourne, he will tolerate demon worshippers, skin and blood everywhere. No wonder he is close to a nervous breakdown. That and being a new writer with little future is enough to drive anyone over the edge. But being the total masochist and house-sharer that he is, Danny will keep repeating himself in this: same nightmare, different place.
“We found him on a bean bag with his chin on the top button of his favorite shirt. On the menu, he didn’t have a microwave or anything, And now both he and the paper are cold. Our first family member died. But at least we got ransom money from him..”
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Danny (Noah Taylor) lives in the 47th condominium in his late twenties. Obsessed with the problems of humanity and their accompanying images, Danny tries to understand the strange and unexpected that can be found through the live with a series of strangers.
Starting in the tropical, testosterone-filled environment of Brisbane, with its abundance of men and one girl, Sam (Emily Hamilton), Danny decides to save himself by writing the great existentialist novel. The arrival of Anya (Roman Boringer) and a Miami Vice-style rental dilemma, which affects his life and ends up in the house where he lives.
House #48 is in Melbourne… rain, rain, serious little singer in black. Danny finds himself in a Kafkaesque nightmare, making the characters of the city with a pair of philosophers and a strong collection of self-liberating people finally realized in the state of Victoria, the police have a tendency to shoot to kill.
Escaping to Sydney with house #49, Danny makes a difficult ‘Melrose on acid’ encounter with the ‘Heterofascist Sterility Conspiracy’ lifestyle in a bustling city undergoing regeneration. for new Los Angeles and ocean views. In the midst of this nightmare, he is dragged kicking and screaming into an emotional turmoil that eventually points the way to his salvation.
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All the while, Danny becomes involved in a seemingly uncontrollable love triangle between three people who are doomed to drive each other to hell in an endless chain, never ending. fulfillment of desires…
The VHS and DVD releases offered this feature before the crack, “Some people will do anything to get out of paying the rent…”, and added as an incentive, “Based on the book by John Birmingham,” and “With a fun and thoughtful soundtrack with the participation of Moby, Nick Cave and Throat”.
If Hell were other people, then Danny would be tormented by Hades all the time. He has just moved to his 47th shared house, this time in Brisbane and his friends have not improved. Another lives in the closet, another in the tent in the living room and before Danny goes to a share house No. 48 In Melbourne, he suffered from demon worshipers, clubs and canes everywhere. No wonder he is close to a nervous breakdown. That and being a new writer with little future is enough to drive anyone over the edge. But being the total masochist and house-sharer that he is, Danny will continue to make himself this: the same nightmare, different place. It’s boring but it’s fun – for ourselves.
From the acclaimed director of Space Dogs, comes a 20/30 story from hell starring Noah Taylor (Famous Again; Lara Croft: Tomb Raider) and Sophie Lee (The Castle; Bootmen). Forget “Big Brother” and check out life in the real world with lots of idiots, psychos and sometimes, he dies with a falafel in his hand.
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At one point, the movie wiki had a detailed description here, with explanatory notes (and spoilers). Very long and detailed, and useful to anyone who wants to know about art, it gave rise to the popular wiki-style ‘ideas’. the site is gone.
Next to the picture of the ‘sweep’ comes the usual warning: “The model description for this section may be too long or too detailed. Please help to improve it by removing unnecessary information and making it shorter. more. (March 2013)”
Certainly, while it is long, the Thought Police made some cuts, although the length of the information did not balance the rest of the wiki, which is short on other information about the film.
However, the long duration gave a better taste of the film, its characteristics, style and themes, so this site took a lot of things (remove more information about what like canes and Queenslander houses), and put it under the About section of the Pictures of this site, change a few details and add more, to make it more comprehensive – no doubt angry at Wiki Thought Police in the process. (Thanks to the original author of the long wiki series of notes, clearly a fan of the film).
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Production Company: The Australian Film Finance Corporation in association with Fandango and the New South Wales Department of Film and Television, a landmark presentation of a Richard Lowenstein film; Developed in partnership with the Australian Film Commission; It was made with the help of the Ministry of Film and Television of the Pacific; Produced with the help of Medusa Films; Produced with the assistance of the New South Wales Department of Film and Television; Funded with the assistance of the Australian Film Finance Corporation; Copyright Tail Credit to Australian Film Finance Corporation Limited, NSW Film and Television Office, Notorious Films Pty Ltd and Fandango Srl.
Budget: $3.9 million (Sydney Morning Herald, July 13, 2001); Other newspaper reports and interviews put the figure at $4 million.
Locations: Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney. In different places we show the tail: “…all the staff at the Brisbane Medina Hotel, who we were alert to.
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