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When Luke, a tech-nerd, arrives for his first day at Bremin High all appears to be tiresomely ordinary, but what he doesn’t know is that Bremin is located at the convergence of magical ley lines and that someone has been awaiting his arrival to put together a new gang of Nowhere Boys. Three have already been identified: Heath, the school’s ‘bad boy’, is Fire; high achiever and track athlete Niyanta is Earth; and musical theatre geek Jesse is Air. Unbeknown to him Luke is the fourth element –Water. Coinciding with Luke’s arrival, people start disappearing, until one morning Luke, Heath, Niyanta and Jesse – discover they are the last four people in the universe, and they have been thrust together into a terrifying empty wasteland.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

This title is part of a series
Nowhere Boys
Series listing
Nowhere Boys series 1 2013
Nowhere Boys series 2 2014
Nowhere Boys: Two Moons Rising 2014
Nowhere Boys series 4 2018
Director
Rowan Woods  Sian Davies  Nicholas Verso
Writers
Rhys Graham  David Hannan  Giula Sandler  Kris Mrksa
Producer
Beth Frey
Executive Producers
Tony Ayres  Michael McMahon
Dir. of Photography
Craig Barden
Cast
Luca Sardelis - Kamil Ellis - Joe Klocek - Jordie Race-Coldrey - William Mckenna - Laura Grady - Charmaine Chu - Darci McDonald
Production Completion Date
2017
Genre
Action adventure
Production Company
Matchbox Productions Pty Ltd  Nowhere Boys 3 Productions Pty Ltd

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