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A young man has a hard time getting crime to pay better than honest work in this comedy-drama from Australia. When Jack Flange (Alex O'Lachlan) gets word that his sister Nikki (Claudia Harrison) has been in a serious auto accident, he leaves his home in Sydney and travels to the small seaside community where she lives. Money is tight for Nikki, so Jack looks for a job to help out; however, the best he can do is working for Brownie (David Field), who runs an oyster farm with his father Mumbles (Jim Norton). Jack soon learns that oyster farming is tough, physically punishing work, and while Brownie would be a difficult boss on the best of days, the fact that his ex-wife Trish (Kerry Armstrong) has opened a competing business has made matters significantly worse. Wanting more money and less labor, Jack steals a cache of money from an armored car, and to help cover his tracks mails the cash to himself. However, when the money never arrives in the mailbox, Jack wonders if someone has made off with his ill-gotten gains -- and if the law might be after him. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi

  • Release date:September 10, 2004

Crew

Anna Reeves
Director
Anthony Buckley
Producer
Piers Tempest
Producer
Anna Reeves
Screenwriter
Alun Bollinger
Cinematographer
Stephen Warbeck
Composer (Music Score)
Jamie Trevill
Editor
Steven Jones-Evans
Production Designer
Emile Sherman
Executive Producer
Robert Bevan
Executive Producer
Charlie Savill
Executive Producer
Stephen Margolis
Executive Producer
Keith Hayley
Executive Producer
Cyril Megret
Executive Producer
Richard Peyton
Executive Producer
Andrew Mackie
Executive Producer
Jonathan Shteinman
Executive Producer
Mikael Borglund
Executive Producer
Hilary Davis
Executive Producer
Chris Alderton
Sound/Sound Designer
Mark Turnbull
First Assistant Director
Susie Maizels
Casting
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