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Review: Swinging Safari

Swinging Safari

Written and Directed by Stephan Elliot
Produced by Al Clark and Jamie Hilton
Starring Radha Mitchell, Guy Pearce, Julian McMahon, Kylie Minogue, Asher Keddie, Jeremy Simms, Jack Thompson, Atticus Robb and Darcy Wilson… 415 more words

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Film Review: ‘Swinging Safari’

A cheerfully vulgar, consistently amusing and sometimes hilarious parody of life in a suburban Aussie cul-de-sac in the mid-1970s, “Swinging Safari” might just as easily have been titled “The Ice Storm Goes Berserk Down Under.” This partly autobiographical tale by writer-director Stephan Elliott (“The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert”) misfires occasionally but rattles along so quickly audiences never have to wait too long before the next laugh-out-loud moment. 616 more words

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SWINGING SAFARI (2017) New Trailer From Guy Pearce, Kylie Minogue, Julian McMahon...

Starring Guy Pearce, Kylie Minogue, Julian McMahon and Radha Mitchell, Swinging Safari is about a teenager coming of age in a small Australian town during the 1970s, when a 200-ton blue whale gets washed up on a local beach. 73 more words

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Η Kylie Minogue και ο Guy Pearce αναγνωρίζονται με δυσκολία στο τρέιλερ του 'Swinging Safari'.

Ο σεναριογράφος-σκηνοθέτης Stephan Elliot (‘The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’) μας μεταφέρει στην ηλιόλουστη Αυστραλία της πολύχρωμης δεκαετίας του ’70 μέσα από την κωμωδία … 9 more words

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"Swinging Safari" Trailer #1 Debuts

“Swinging Safari” is a small Australian film that only has a release date in it’s homeland on January 11, 2018, but the synopsis implies an offbeat comedy that may or may not end up impressing when it gets here: 40 more words

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The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert - Review

✯✯✯✯½

I’m not so sure how to describe the sort of mood I felt watching The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert on the spot – but if there were one that always struck my mind, just happiness in how free it felt. 835 more words

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