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Neil Cooke almost 8 years ago
Very funny, very Brunswick.
Darren O'Shanassy almost 7 years ago
Ben Parsons almost 7 years ago
Alex Holroyd over 7 years ago
John Tossa almost 8 years ago
Death in Brunswick is a 1991 Australian film starring Sam Neill, Zoe Carides and John Clarke. Set and filmed in Brunswick, a Melbourne suburb, it deals with a humble chef, Carl (Neill) who gets a job at a sleazy nightclub owned by Yanni Voulgaris (Nicholas Papademetriou). He begins a relationship with the Greek-Australian barmaid, Sophie (Carides), which soon brings him into trouble with his employers and her strict father. His drug dealing co-worker, Mustafa (Nick Lathouris), is beaten up by the Greek-Australian owners. Thinking Carl told them, Mustafa attacks Carl. Carl accidentally stabs and kills him. He calls his friend, Dave (Clarke), a grave digger, and they bury Mustafa. This leads to one of the most famous scenes in the film - Dave's idea that they bury the body in the opened grave of someone else whose husband will be buried above her the following day. Dave expects the coffin of the deceased to be comparatively empty, given how long it has been since she died. When he finds...
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