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Duncan Parker over 5 years ago
Ace, not as hard hitting as it could have been..
Henry Cropper over 6 years ago
Not for most, but shows when you find your place in the world all will be ok...
John McKeever over 6 years ago
bad is not always bad
Kealey Nutt 7 years ago
Pieter Peach over 7 years ago
Could't watch it through the first time, let alone again.
Dylan F.M. over 7 years ago
Disturbing. I have friends that don't trust me with movie suggestions after watching this.
Brendan Keevers over 7 years ago
What a sick and twisted awesome film, shows the stranger side to some peoples lives.
Christopher Hall almost 8 years ago
One of the more interesting films I have ever watched. Disturbing, but brilliant.
Anika Cooke almost 8 years ago
well that was strange...
Neil Cooke almost 8 years ago
Disturbing, strange funny (dark!) and original cinema. Not a cult following for nothing
Jurgita Romule almost 4 years ago
Tom o'brien over 5 years ago
Adam Meehan over 5 years ago
Lance Cooper over 5 years ago
Russ Cullen 7 years ago
Andrew Schelldorf over 7 years ago
Adam Piontek over 7 years ago
Patrick Campbell over 7 years ago
Daniel Headrick almost 8 years ago
Bad Boy Bubby is an Australian black comedy/drama film written and directed by Rolf de Heer. It stars Nicholas Hope and Carmel Johnson. It was released in 1993. Bubby became notorious for pushing the boundaries of good taste with its strong scenes featuring violence, incest and blasphemy amongst other taboo topics. Bubby (played by Hope) is a 35-year-old man who has never set foot outside his mother's (actress Claire Benito) dingy apartment in the back of a printing press in an industrial area of Adelaide. In addition to beating and sexually abusing him, she confines him to the apartment, telling him that the air outside is poisonous and warning him that he will die if he tries to leave. Bubby eventually escapes, joins up with a rock band, and embarks on a journey of self-discovery and shocking mayhem. Director Rolf de Heer describes the movie as one large experiment, the most prominent of which is the method used to record the dialogue; binaural microphones were sewn into the wig...
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