Runtime: 89 Mins
Classsification: MA15+
Strong violence and coarse language

Home Entertainment:
2 November 2011

Blame

Movie propaganda

Testing the fibre of friendship and the spirit of conviction, Blame is a confronting tale of twisted revenge and bitter betrayal. Driven by the grief of a deceased colleague, five conspiring friends set out to exact revenge against the man responsible and invade the isolated outback home of middle-aged music teacher Bernard (Damian de Montemas, Underbelly: Tale Of Two Cities). Confident that their victim's death by his own hand will not raise suspicion, the group leaves the scene of the crime without the slightest hint of compunction.   Reluctantly returning to retrieve an incriminating cell phone, they soon discover that Bernard is not only alive but desperately determined to manipulate the situation to the benefit of his survival. As motives are questioned and the looming shadow of culpability grows, it is only a matter of time before the tight-knit group must negotiate the perilous bridge between trust and the truth. Compelling to the last detail, Blame features an ensemble of dynamic young talent including Kestie Morassi (Wolf Creek), Sophie Lowe (Beautiful Kate), Simon Stone (Balibo), Mark Leonard Winter (Van Diemen's Land) and Ashley Zukerman (Rush).


Target demographic movie keyword propaganda

  • australian film

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  • Studios and distributors: Umbrella Entertainment