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The Need for Greed: The Bet: The Lofty Realm of Moneyed Sydney Is the Backdrop for a Destructive Wager in Mark Lee's the Bet (2007)
October 1, 2007... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] WILL (Matthew Newton) is a cocky young stockbroker, a boy-done-good from a humble background who has found a place among the Sydney elite. Will clearly shares a competitive relationship with his friend Angus (Aden Young), a banker from a prestigious family, who...
Stranger Than Non-Fiction: The Slippery Truth in Forbidden Lie$: Forbidden Lie$ (2007)Is a Breathtakingly Audacious Documentary Film by Australian Director Anna Broinowski about Norma Khouri, the Now Discredited Author of Forbidden Love
October 1, 2007... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] IN her attempts to discover the truth behind Norma Khouri's 2003 book, Anna Broinowski--writer, director and co-producer of Forbidden Lies--peels back the layers of lies and half-truths to reveal the extraordinary deceit perpetrated by Khouri. In doing this, she...
Voyage of the Jammed: An Interview with Director Dee McLachlan
October 1, 2007... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] To prepare for this interview I punched your name, Dee McLachlan, into the IMDb site to check previous credits, but none came up, only The Jammed. I realized later I should have also searched under Duncan McLachlan. Yes, IMDb haven't connected the dots. For some...
Melbourne's Shadows: The Jammed: In the Shadows of a Narrow Alleyway, He Seems to Touch Her Hair and Kiss Her Tenderly. but We No Longer Trust Kindness, or Its Resemblances, in This Dark World. Not Far Away, We Hear the Comforting Hum of Traffic, the Illumination of an Inner-Melbourne Street. 'I'm Not Going to Hurt You,' He Says to Her. but of Course We Don't Believe Him
October 1, 2007... [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] THE Jammed (Dee McLachlan, 2007) is a tense depiction of the chilling reality of the illegal sex trade in Australia. A tight script backed by a talented cast explain this low-budget film's unexpected success, stunning audiences across the nation and taking the...
Film Industry Reform-And an Election
October 1, 2007... ONE OF THE LAST pieces of legislation to be passed by federal parliament before the September/October recess (and presumably before the federal election, which at the time of writing had not been called) was the Schedule 10 amendments to the Income Tax Assessment Act (1997), establishing the...