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Australia, a few years from now: urban society is in terminal decay. The inter-city highways have become white line nightmares. The arena for a strange, apocalyptic death game between nomad bikers and a handful of young cops in souped-up pursuit cars.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Cast
Mel Gibson - Joanne Samuel - Hugh Keays-Byrne - Steve Bisley - Tim Burns - Roger Ward - Vince Gil - Geoff Parry - David Bracks - Paul Jonstone - Nic Lathouris - Lulu Pinkus - Steve Millichamp - John Ley - Jonathon Hardy - Reg Evans - Max Fairchild - Sheila Florence - Gil Tucker - Andrew Gilmore - David Cameron - Howard Eynon - John Farndale - Nic Gazzana - Hunter Gibb
Genre
Action adventure, Sci-Fi
Production Company
Mad Max Pty Ltd
International Sales
Warner Bros Pictures, a Warner Bros Entertainment Company

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Strictly Oz - A History of Australian Film - UCLA
    (1996)
  • Strictly Oz Event
    (1996)
  • Festival des Antipodes - Paris
    (1996)
  • Strictly Oz - A History of Australian Film
    (1995)
  • Moscow International Film Festival
    (1991)
  • Centre Georges Pompidou, Australian - Pompidou Event
    (1991)
  • Australian Film Event Tokyo
    (1989)
  • Houston International Film and Video Festival
    (1988)
  • Paris International Festival of Fantasy Films
    (1981)

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