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  1. Snowtown (2011)

    Based on true events, 16 year-old Jamie falls in with his mother’s new boyfriend and his crowd of self-appointed neighborhood watchmen, a relationship that leads to a spree of torture and murder.

    Based on a true story and the books: The Snowtown Murders by Andrew McGarry and Killing for Pleasure by Debi Marshall.

    Disturbing! and a brutal Aussie flick by director Justin Kurzel. The horror of humanity.

    Trapped in a world of violence and sexual frustrations. John is a sick motherfucker. Come Jaime join John in the dark side. This brings up WHY vigilantes are a threat to society.

    The “Bodies in Barrels” murdersstory of the most famous Australia serial killer John Bunting.

    The acting was SUPERB! You can feel they went “all in” on their performances. Everyone played their part well and delivered one of the most traumatizing films from down under.

    Rape, pedophilia and murder. The pacing was a bit slow, but the weight of the issues tackled kept me glued. You just know in the back of your head “This will not end well” - for our characters.

    TRIVIA: More than 250 suppression orders prevented publication of details of this case. In early 2011, a judge lifted the remaining orders in response to a request by the producers of the film Snowtown, a dramatic account of the murders.

    Deep and brave in many ways. Not an award winning piece, one that opens eyes. Clean and properly done.

    Abuse in it’s purest form. Evil camouflaged. Mankind at its worst.

    Snowtown (2011)

    Based on true events, 16 year-old Jamie falls in with his mother’s new boyfriend and his crowd of self-appointed neighborhood watchmen, a relationship that leads to a spree of torture and murder.

    Based on a true story and the books: The Snowtown Murders by Andrew McGarry and Killing for Pleasure by Debi Marshall.

    Disturbing! and a brutal Aussie flick by director Justin Kurzel. The horror of humanity.

    Trapped in a world of violence and sexual frustrations. John is a sick motherfucker. Come Jaime join John in the dark side. This brings up WHY vigilantes are a threat to society.

    The “Bodies in Barrels” murdersstory of the most famous Australia serial killer John Bunting.

    The acting was SUPERB! You can feel they went “all in” on their performances. Everyone played their part well and delivered one of the most traumatizing films from down under.

    Rape, pedophilia and murder. The pacing was a bit slow, but the weight of the issues tackled kept me glued. You just know in the back of your head “This will not end well” - for our characters.

    TRIVIA: More than 250 suppression orders prevented publication of details of this case. In early 2011, a judge lifted the remaining orders in response to a request by the producers of the film Snowtown, a dramatic account of the murders.

    Deep and brave in many ways. Not an award winning piece, one that opens eyes. Clean and properly done.

    Abuse in it’s purest form. Evil camouflaged. Mankind at its worst.

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