A police officer traumatized by a recent crime is reassigned as a curator for a police photographic exhibition. In his new role, he discovers connections between a series of murders that ... See full summary »
As the Allies sweep across Germany, Lore leads her siblings on a journey that exposes them to the truth of their parents' beliefs. An encounter with a mysterious refugee forces Lore to rely on a person she has always been taught to hate.
A romantic comedy starring Amy Smart and Rich Sommer that proves it's what you are on the inside that matters most. Winner of the 2010 My Movie Pitch contest presented by American Express and a 2011 Tribeca Film Festival Short Film.
Joy lives with her family in Australia. We follow her as she hangs out at the mall with her friends, shoplift for fun, kiss boys and tease them sexually, get into fights etc before ... See full summary »
A comedy about the working lives of plainclothes detectives Red Lilywhite and Lou Knutt who work in an outer suburban police station in Sydney. Keeping the peace on the streets and always a piece of the action for themselves, Red and Lou are completely uninterested in actually solving crimes. Their relationships with criminals and other members of the general public serve only to benefit themselves. In the face of new style policing, internal affairs enquiries and corruption commissions, they are the fat blue line.Written by
Paul Gerard Kennedy
This show sums up everything that is wrong with Australian TV shows and movies. They Fair Dinkum suck mate! from the cheap and nasty opening titles to the cringeworthy "aussie" slang that peppers the dialog this poorly made show reeks of low budget. Unfortunately every TV show in Australia is the same: hammy over acting, shoddy directing, cliché ridden self conscious scripts and the same actors in every program, like there are only 15 actors in the whole country. I guess the reason this "black comedy" was never picked up for a second series is that it's decidedly unfunny. Maybe what they needed was a laugh track. Then again I don't think that would have helped at all. There is not one laugh out loud moment to be found amongst this dog's breakfast of a show. Not only that but the actors really don't look the part, let alone play the part. More embarrassing, cringeworthy sludge that shows why we only make reality shows now.
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