Dallas Doll

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Time Out says

US golf pro Bernhard is invited to enliven an Australian club in suburban Sydney and ends up staying with a nice, normal family. Only the young daughter and the dog are suspicious of her seductive, go-getting character; nevertheless, the family is duly transformed. Bernhard is boringly herself, and Longley's born-again housewife steals the film from her. Occasionally coming on like a satirical update of Theorem, it's neither funny nor frightening; indeed, it's hard to fathom what it's really meant to be about, though its attitude to both America and Japan lay it open to charges of xenophobia (which might, of course, be part of the satire). Oddly unsatisfying.
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Release details

UK release:

1994

Duration:

104 mins

Cast and crew

Director:

Ann Turner

Cast:

Rose Byrne, Jake Blundell, Frank Gallagher, Victoria Longley, Sandra Bernhard, Jonathon Leahy

Music:

David Hirschfelder

Production Designer:

Marcus North

Editor:

Mike Honey

Cinematography:

Paul Murphy

Screenwriter:

Ann Turner

Producer:

Ross Matthews

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