Liberation, motherhood and sex swirl in Mike Mills' captivating evocation of his teenage years at the end of the 1970s.
We’re in Perth, 1987, during the sweltering lead-up to Christmas. Teenager Vicki (Ashley Cummings) sneaks out one night to go to a party; she ends up in the clutches of John (Stephen Curry) and Evelyn (Emma Booth), a suburban dope-dealing couple who spice up their tempestuous relationship by cruising the streets and kidnapping, torturing and murdering girls.
Dance, magic dance! A pubescent Jennifer Connelly must negotiate a mazy goblin city and cross the Bog of Eternal Stench to reclaim her baby brother from the talons of Goblin King Bowie. A childhood favourite for many, Jim Henson's 1986 fantasy plays beautifully with an audience and screens for one night only at Golden Age Cinema this Saturday June 3 at the family friendly time of 5.50pm.
Wonder Woman feels like the real deal, a rollicking action adventure in the tradition of Indiana Jones, with a fully functioning sense of humour and the year’s most lip-smackingly evil baddie.