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Dominic Dirupo almost 6 years ago
One of the best films about Australia. Chummily menacing
Peter Renshaw 7 years ago
scary film. scary because it tapped into small town rural Australia, roo-balls and all.
Maxine Sherrin 7 years ago
Awesome Aussie movie, when things go bad, they really GO BAD.
Roxana Parsa over 3 years ago
Eric over 4 years ago
David Muwonge almost 5 years ago
Adam Meehan over 5 years ago
Matt Goddard over 5 years ago
João Santos over 5 years ago
Seij Hai 7 years ago
Spencer Huy Dang over 7 years ago
Brian Maddern over 7 years ago
Daniel Lanciana over 7 years ago
Anna Warburton almost 8 years ago
Wake in Fright (also known as Outback) is a 1971 Australian film directed by Ted Kotcheff and starring Gary Bond, Donald Pleasence and Chips Rafferty. The screenplay was written by Evan Jones, based on Kenneth Cook’s 1961 novel of the same name. Made on a budget of A$800,000, the movie was an Australian/American co-production by NLT Productions and Group W. Wake in Fright tells the story of a young school teacher who descends into personal moral degradation after finding himself stranded in a brutal, menacing town in outback Australia. For many years, Wake In Fright enjoyed a reputation as Australia’s great "lost film" because of its unavailability on VHS or DVD, as well as its absence from television broadcasts. However, in mid-2009 a thoroughly restored, digital re-release of Wake in Fright was shown in Australian theatres to considerable acclaim. Later that same year, it was issued commercially on DVD and Blu-ray. John Grant (Gary Bond) is a middle-class teacher from the big city....
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