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Romper Stomper (1993)

Cast: Russell Crowe, Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock, more...
Director: Geoffrey Wright, Geoffrey Wright
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Studio: 20th Century Fox
Genre: Drama, Foreign, Australia & New Zealand
Running Time: 93 min.
Languages: English
Subtitles: English
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Synopsis
This controversial drama (which earned an NC-17 rating in the U.S.) was a major box-office success in its native Australia, and it made an overnight star of its leading man, Russell Crowe. Hando (Crowe) is a member of a gang of racist skinheads who lash out with violence against the growing number of Asian immigrants settling in the country. While Hando and his partner Davey (Daniel Pollock) lead a bunch of brutal, half-bright thugs, they have convinced themselves that what they do is the noble work of saving Australia for Australians (or at least the white Australians who drove the aborigines into the outback). Into this milieu comes Gabe (Jacqueline McKenzie), a troubled young woman who suffers from epilepsy and was raised in a sexually abusive environment. Gabe becomes something of a gang moll, dividing her time (and her sexual favors) between Hando and Davey, generating considerable tension between them. When the gang's favorite bar is purchased by a group of Vietnamese immigrants, Hando and Davey organize an all-out attack, little imagining that the Asians are ready and able to defend themselves. Romper Stomper was released in America in both its original, uncut form, and in an edited version that earned an R rating from the MPAA. ~ Mark Deming, All Movie Guide

Special Features:

  • Director's Commentary
  • Theatrical Trailer



GreenCine Member Reviews

good movie, great script? by anoopa January 26, 2006 - 8:45 PM PST
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6 out of 7 members found this review helpful
Have to disagree with the previous reviewer, this movie is not just the chase sequence. It's more a human drama with a skinhead theme, worth watching. As someone who is as anti-skinhead as can be physically/philosophically but interested in disgruntled+irrational themes I think it's a well done film which speaks across boundaries. Watch the film with the director's commentary (slow, real, indie). Last 20 minutes is so-so but like I said overall worth watching.

who are you people? by GreenvilleB January 2, 2005 - 8:43 PM PST
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2 out of 6 members found this review helpful
this movie was just hate.

It did have a pretty cool (very brief) on-foot chase scene, but other than that, just really horrible people doing horrible things. Yeah, that's what I want to see.




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