Death in Brunswick (Nothing to Lose)
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Death in Brunswick (Nothing to Lose)
Carl Fitzgerald (Sam Neill) is a shy, unassertive man, given to following orders from anyone around him who will take the trouble to boss him about, starting with his nagging mother. In this story, he is very much down on his luck and is forced to take a job as dishwasher in a Greek restaurant in Brunswick, his rundown neighborhood in Melborne. There, he swifly is hauled off to bed by an assertive young waitress. While he is with the girl, he accidentally kills his co-worker, a hysterically abusive and drug-dealing Turk, He calls on his old friend Dave for help in disposing of the man's… More
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Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"With its multicultural setting in suburban Melbourne, its contemporary tone and its snappy tone, Death in Brunswick is as fresh today as when it was made, with plenty of chuckles and some laugh-out-loud moments to cherish"
‑ Urban Cinefile Critics, Urban Cinefile
"...coasts along on Neill's ample talent and charisma..."
‑ David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews
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