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Joshua Trigg 7 years ago
Shiv wielding, hyper violent, old-fashioned Aussie maniac. Just a normal bloke really.
John Barton almost 8 years ago
Well done Eric
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Chopper is a 2000 Australian film, written and directed by New Zealand film-maker Andrew Dominik and based on the semi-autobiographical books by Mark Brandon "Chopper" Read. The film stars Eric Bana as the title character, and co-stars Vince Colosimo, Simon Lyndon, Bill Young and David Field. It has a cult following. In and out of jail since he was 16, Melbourne extortion man Mark Brandon Read (Eric Bana) kidnaps a judge to get his childhood friend, Jimmy Loughnan (Simon Lyndon), out of the notorious H Division of maximum security Pentridge Prison. He fails and is sentenced to 16 and a half years in the very prison in which Loughnan is serving his time. To become leader of the division, he ignites a power struggle which gains him more enemies than admirers. Eventually, even his gang turn their backs on him, and Loughnan stabs him. Read voluntarily has his ears cut off by a fellow inmate in order to be transferred out of the H Division; this also gains him recognition in and out of the...
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