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Awkward suburban teenager Nic Wooding wants to be the greatest badminton player in the world, much to the dismay of his demanding father, a former tennis champion. Meanwhile, their last remaining white neighbours, the Neils, have moved away and are replaced by the Cheongs, a Chinese man with his 16-year-old daughter, Jenny. With the local badminton competition on the horizon, Nic rebels against his dad’s wishes to learn that following your dream may lead you to a bird of a different feather.

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Crew

Director
Corrie Chen
Writers
Corrie Chen
Producer
Anna Kojevnikov

Cast

Nathan Derrick - Christopher Bunworth - Jude Beaumont - Irene Chen - Ferdinand Hoang - Keith Brockett

Production Details

Production Completion
2011
Genre
Comedy
Production Company
Open Channel Productions Ltd

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Flickerfest
    (2012)

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