|Writers||Ian David (written by)
|Cast||Richard Roxburgh Tony Martin Steve Bastoni Gary Day Steve Jacobs Peter Phelps Marcus Graham Alex Dimitriades Bill Hunter Gary Sweet John Hargreaves Ian Bliss Stephen Eley Richard Carter Joy Smithers Eleni Batley Dion Mihajlovsky Bruce Barry Bogdan Koca Loene Carmen|
|Plot||Detective Sergeant Roger "The Dodger" Rogerson got fame because he knew how to take care of most dangerous and violent criminals. His success was, however, also due to the sinister alliance with violent underworld figures like Neddy Smith who got police protection in exchange for tips and money.... search for Blue Murder on IMDb|
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|METAL SKIN: In this current-day variation on Mad Max from the director of Romper Stomper, Psycho Joe (Aden Young; War Bride) secures employment at a local supermarket. Here, he meets the over-sexed Dazey (Ben Mendelsohn; Amy). Joe and Dazey form a friendship based on their mutual love for hot cars. Joe also falls in love with Savina (Tara Morice; Moulin Rouge), a fellow worker who worships Satan. The nihilism of these young characters climaxes in a tragic showdown and a violent car race that rivals similar scenes in Bullitt and The French Connection. Metal Skin won 2 Australian Academy awards and was nominated for 4 more. This limited edition release includes numerous special features and a bonus soundtrack CD. // BLUE MURDER: Based on true events, Blue Murder---referred to by many critics as 'the original The Shield'---is so controversial that it was banned from broadcast in New South Wales, where the actual events took place, for more than six years. This epic of police corruption follows the unlikely partnership of decorated cop Roger 'The Dodger' Rogerson (Richard Roxburgh; Mission Impossible II, Van Helsing) and career criminal Arthur 'Neddy' Smith (Tony Martin; Parklands, Inspector Gadget 2). Directed with gritty realism by celebrated Australian director Michael Jenkins and impeccably researched and written by Ian David, Blue Murder is a landmark Australian criminal drama. This special edition releaese includes the entire mini-series on 2 discs, along with extensive special features. Both titles feature exclusive packaging including lobby card and theatrical poster reproductions.|
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