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A high stakes crime drama/political thriller that explores the human face of extremism. Thrilling, bold and provocative, ROMPER STOMPER will pick up on the prescient themes and story of Geoffrey Wright’s 1992 classic film, following a new generation of the activist Right, their Anti-Fascist counterparts, and the multicultural fabric of a country each of them threatens to tear apart.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Cast
Jacqueline McKenzie - Dan Wyllie - Lachy Hulme - Sophie Lowe - David Wenham - Toby Wallace - Nicole Chamoun - Lily Sullivan
Production Completion
2017
Genre
Drama, Thriller
Production Company
Roadshow Rough Diamond
Australian Sales
Stan
International Sales
DCD Rights

Screen Australia Supported

  • Production support

Selected Awards & Festivals

  • Australian Academy Cinema Television Arts
    (2018)
  • TV Week Logie Awards
    (2018)
 

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