The Goddess of 1967

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Time Out says

The Goddess is the Citroën DS 19, as Francophiles will understand. The movie is an incongruity of stylish, bleached-out pop imagery, black comic road trip (Hong Kong hipster Kurokawa hitching a ride through the outback with blind girl Byrne), and a clumsy psycho-drama which explains Byrne's mindset in long, choked flashbacks to a traumatic childhood. Rarely as much fun as it would like to be, this heads off in four directions at once and ends up in the middle of nowhere.
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Release details

UK release:

2000

Duration:

118 mins

Cast and crew

Production Designer:

Nicholas McCallum

Cast:

Elsie McCredie, Nicholas Hope, Rikiya Kurokawa, Rose Byrne

Producer:

Eddie LC Fong, Peter Sainsbury

Director:

Clara Law

Screenwriter:

Clara Law Eddie LC Fong

Cinematography:

Dion Beebe

Editor:

Kate Williams

Music:

Jen Anderson

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