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Pete & Jerry are cousins living in Sydney's Western Suburbs, where life consists of drinking, getting stoned, getting in fights and hanging out. But things change forever when Pete and Jerry both fall in love with the same girl.


Daniel Krige


Daniel Krige
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Credited cast:
Khan Chittenden ... Pete
Nathan Phillips ... Jerry
Gillian Alexy ... Cheryl
Michael Dorman ... Mick
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Blazey Best Blazey Best ... Bunny
David Field ... Doug
Robin Goldsworthy Robin Goldsworthy ... Guy buying drugs
Barry Harrison Barry Harrison ... Kenwood's Mullet Mate
Anthony Hayes ... Kenwood
Emma Jackson Emma Jackson ... Nurse
Adrian Jarrett Adrian Jarrett ... Angelo
Brendan Krige Brendan Krige ... Kenwood's Nuggety Mate
Daniel Krige ... Todd
Cameron Lansdowne Cameron Lansdowne ... Kenwood's Tattooed Mate
Tim McCunn ... Steve


Living in suburban Sydney, Pete and Jerry aren't just cousins, they're best friends. Jerry falls in love and starts a relationship with Cheryl, though he knows Pete likes her too. Pete, a small-time drug dealer, doesn't understand why Jerry suddenly wants to settle down and make plans (he gets a job at a fast-food place and works for a pittance). Then Pete has to lie low with his dealing for a while because the police are tailing him and Jerry gets him a job at the chicken restaurant. But Pete makes trouble and walks out, losing Jerry his job as well. Written by kwedgwood@hotmail.com

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Some places can break your heart.







Release Date:

5 July 2007 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

West See more »


Box Office


AUD800,000 (estimated)

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

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Company Credits

Production Co:

West Films See more »
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Technical Specs



Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Did You Know?


Pete: Jerry, do you think there's a light at the end of this fucking tunnel?
Jerry: [laughing, drunk] Nah, there's a chicken shop, with a drive-thru, and fucking dickhead's ordering "hawaiian" packs.
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A relatively perfect depiction of Sydney's inner west.
8 April 2010 | by bigjohn639See all my reviews

Really, I cannot believe why this movie isn't up and around the 7-8 territory, as it fictionally nails the way in which the suburbs of western Sydney operate. Also, I am lazy and don't really feel like writing a long review.

Brutally honest it is, containing the mixed-up and meddled world of youth druggery, emotional recovery and sadistic thuggery. Each of these aspects is delved into thoroughly throughout "West", all examined with utmost honesty. Enlightening the audience to both sides of the moon, we see the "unlikeable characters" portray what western Sydney truly can be, by both night and day.

The "unlikeable characters" - which one reviewer refers to as a detriment to the films quality and citing it as a prime reason for their 1/10 rating - are the most important part of "West". Adding amazing amounts of authenticity to the already stunningly real environment, the feeling which will gestate within the audience towards the film's characters will resonate with an emotional and intrigued view you gain if you watch this whilst taking note of the contextual influences upon the its production.

"West" - 9/10.

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