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Crime, Drama, Event, Thriller, Uncategorized , trackback
October 14, 2012
7:30 pm

Director: Jon Hewitt
Starring: Viva Bianca, Hanna Mangan Lawrence, Peter Docker, Stephen Phillips, Eamon Farren
Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller
Duration: 90 mins

A jaded call-girl. A fledgling hooker. The night from hell.

Screening Date: October 14, 2012

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3 responses to “X (2011, Australia)”

  1. Peter says:

    I’d really love to see some more old classics – two a year in my opinion doesn’t cut it, especially when films these days are pretty pedestrian compared with the quality of films of yesteryear.

  2. Ashley Menegon says:

    This is my first year of being a part of Newcastle film society and hopefully less of these ones show up in the future. I think it is important to judge the good from the bad but this is our one night of the week to sit down and watch some great cimena, not some rubbish we could easily find in the video store… Bit lame really… So this movie – The bad guy had a catch phrase…. The excessive amounts of nudity towards the start of the film for what I saw to be very little reason…. and i’m a 25yr old male so I’m not a prude or anything, to set the scene perhaps…. being that it’s based in the cross right…. The friends nude shower scene who falls over and seemingly knocks herself unconscious for the plot to be able to render the main character without a sex partner….. A little melodramatic really…. too many of these groan moments for me…. and give the girls a few more bruises, they got their asses whooped all throughout…. Let’s get some Afghan movies about sheep herding back on!!

  3. Ken Longworth says:

    X marks the blot, or Underbelly part 10. Well-made film in terms of cinematography, editing and sometimes acting, but, even with the King’s Cross reputation for night crime and bashings, there were just too many coincidences, especially people driving in cars and spotting others on footpaths or dark alleys. It often seemed to be an exercise in putting things on a movie screen that you wouldn’t be able to see in Underbelly on TV.

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