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The Screen Guide

In the final moments of his seventeenth year, Miklós Varga’s world has come crumbling down. His plans to run away and escape the hold of his migrant family have been brutally undone by the accidental death of his older brother, Tomi. Only Mik knows the events that led to this tragedy and as far as he can see there is only one person to blame. Himself. He is suddenly torn between his desire to head north and start a new life with his best friend Dan and the obligation to his broken family. Can he fill the shoes of his adored sibling or is he toxic and destined to bring ruin upon everyone he loves? Teenage Kicks is a journey through the minefield of adolescence as Mik searches for a way to navigate through his guilt and explosive sexuality to find the man he can be.

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Cast & Crew & Production Details

Director
Craig Boreham
Writers
Craig Boreham
Producer
Annmaree J Bell
Executive Producers
John Frank
Dir. of Photography:
Bonnie Elliott
Composer:
David Barber
Editor:
Adrian Rostirolla  Adrian Chiarella
Production Designer:
Virginia Mesiti
Cast
Miles Szanto - Daniel Webber - Charlotte Best - Shari Sebbans - Ian Roberts - Anni Finsterer
Production Completion Date
2015
Genre
Drama
Production Company
Azure Productions Pty Ltd
International Sales
LevelK ApS

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