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Brocky will set the record straight about Peter Brock. It will chart the amazing highs of his brilliant racing career as well as the lows of his personal life... the three marriages, the many affairs, accusations of wife bashing, an ugly, public split from Holden, and of course the farce that was the Polariser. Controversial and colourful with a dash of humour, Brocky is very much part of the social fabric of 70’s and 80’s Australia. A time when you were either a Ford or a Holden man. It will be an action packed, drama filled and sex-fuelled sprint to the finish line, set to an all Australian pubrock soundtrack.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Geoff Bennett
Writers
Justin Monjo  Adam Todd
Producer
Kerrie Mainwaring
Executive Producers
Rory Callaghan
Cast
Matthew Le Nevez - Ella Scott Lynch - Brendan Cowell - Natalie Bassingthwaighte - Steve Bisley
Production Completion Date
2016
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Endemol Shine Australia Pty Ltd
International Sales
Endemol Worldwide Distribution

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