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Nate Taylor hasn’t spoken a word to his brother, Ged, in over four years after a mysterious falling out. But when their mother passes away from a sudden aneurysm, the brothers must set aside their differences in order to fulfil their mother’s dying wish: to have her ashes scattered at the old family home in the country town of Narrabri. Setting out across Australia in the only vehicle available to them – a black hearse – the boys soon realise that the trip will be anything but plain sailing. Spurred on by Ged’s destructive behaviour and their intense dislike for each other, a set of unfortunate events threaten to derail them from ever reaching their goal. But as they drift ever further away from reconciliation, Nate comes to understand that the only way they’ll ever fulfil their mother’s final wish will be to face the ghosts of the past head on, no matter how painful it may be.

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Henry Boffin
Henry Boffin
Rachel Forbes  Riley Nottingham
Executive Producers
Julia Adams
Dir. of Photography
Jonathan Haynes
Production Designer
Pernell Marsden
Riley Nottingham - Johnny Carr
Production Completion
Comedy, Drama
Production Company
Strange Creatures Pty Ltd
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