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ALL MY FRIENDS ARE LEAVING BRISBANE (2007)

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"Infectiously sweet and charming movie" Triple J "Sublime" Margaret Pomerantz


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Catalogue No. AUN0081
SRP A$29.95
APN 9333723000813
DVD Release Date 18 Sep 2008
Director Louise Alston
Producer Louise Alston, Jane Van Der Lei
Cast Charlotte Gregg, Matt Zeremes, Ryan Johnson, Cindy Nelson, Gyton Grantley
Genre Romantic comedy
Rating M (Moderate coarse language, Moderate sexual references)
Run Time 80 minutes
Visual Format 16:9 Anamorphic (1.85:1)
Audio Format Dolby Stereo
Language English
Special Features Director's Commentary by Louise Alston, Commentary by Matt Zeremes, Ryan Johnson and Stephen Vagg, Cast and Crew Interviews, Behind the Scenes, Deleted Scenes, Extra Video Clips
Quotes "Infectiously sweet and charming movie" Triple J "Sublime" Margaret Pomerantz
Awards Official Selection - 2007 Brisbane International Film Festival Winner Audience Choice Award, Natfilm festival, Denmark Winner Audience Choice Award, London Australian Film Festival

Synopsis
When Anthea (Charlotte Gregg) decides her career is going nowhere fast, that her love life's DOA, and, well, all her friends are leaving Brisbane, she decides the best course of action is to get out of town and head to London to join the hordes of twenty-something Aussies making new lives for themselves. Problem is, her best friend Michael (Matt Zeremes) isn't ready to make the move and seems content to enjoy casual hook-ups and benders at the local pub. Both of them realise why their impending separation is causing so much tension, but articulating their actual feelings of affection is a much more difficult task than cruising through life in neutral gear.

ALL MY FRIENDS ARE LEAVING BRISBANE paints a portrait of the twenty-something rut with pathos and warmth, delivered with a keen understanding of Brisbane's unique vernacular, geographical spread, and the issues facing the straight-out-of-uni crowd.
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