Jim Mcelroy


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Last Wave, The (1977) - There's No Clouds Miss... Idyllic outback afternoon when an inexplicable storm breaks, schoolteacher (Penny Leach) scrambling to protect her charges, opening Peter Weir's supernatural-aboriginal drama The Last Wave, 1977.
Last Wave, The (1977) - Billy Died Aboriginal legal-aid defendants (Walter Amagula, Roy Bara, Cedric Lalara, Morris Lalara) arrive to meet Sydney corporate lawyer Burton (Richard Chamberlain), who's taking their case, in Peter Weir's The Last Wave, 1977.
Year Of Living Dangerously, The (1982) - Most Of Us Become Children Again Joining director Peter Weir's opening, Linda Hunt in her Academy Award-winning role, playing a guy and narrating as "Billy Kwan," covers the arrival of Australian newsman Hamilton (Mel Gibson), met by native Kumar (Bembol Roco), in 1965 Jakarta, in The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982.
Year Of Living Dangerously, The (1982) - We Are Divided Men Savvy cameraman Billy (Linda Hunt) brings new pal Australian reporter Hamilton (Mel Gibson) to a club in 1965 Jakarta, introducing Brit officer Henderson (Bill Kerr) and diplomat Jill (Sigourney Weaver), just hints of political tension, in Peter Weir's The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982.
Year Of Living Dangerously, The (1982) - The Tightrope Image New man in 1965 Jakarta, Australian journalist Hamilton (Mel Gibson), with American colleague Curtis (Michael Murphy) and others (Noel Ferrier, Paul Sonkkila), at the palace of President Sukarno, failing to impress his bosses in Sydney, in Peter Weir's The Year Of Living Dangerously, 1982.
Cars That Ate Paris, The (1974) - Both Killed Instantly Brothers Arthur and George (Terry Camilleri, Rick Scully) towing their caravan around New South Wales, come to trouble in the town of Paris, where we meet Metcalfe (Max Gillies), the doctor (Kevin Miles) and "Ganger" (Joe Burrow), in Peter Weir's first feature, The Cars That Ate Paris, 1974.
Cars That Ate Paris, The (1974) - The World Of The Motor Car Still far from aware that the town of Paris makes its living by killing passing motorists, survivor Arthur (Terry Camilleri) finds his attempt to leave on foot thwarted, as Metcalfe (Max Gillies) summons him back to see the mayor (John Meillon), in Peter Weir's The Cars That Ate Paris, 1974.

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