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An average movie

5 years ago at Feb 12 10:03
Before becoming a huge Hollywood star, Russell Crowe started his career in Australian productions and gave his breakthrough performance in this flick. Eventually, I had some mixed feelings about the whole thing. At first, it is an intriguing depiction of the Skinheads. Basically they are young white guys with low self-esteem, no skills, no education, no social or financial leverage and not much ho... read more
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Romper Stomper is a 1992 Australian film written and directed by Geoffrey Wright, starring Russell Crowe, Daniel Pollock, Jacqueline McKenzie and Tony Lee. The film follows the exploits and downfall of a neo-Nazi skinhead group in blue-collar suburban Melbourne.
Release date: 12 November 1992
UPC: 024543011026
Tags: Drama (13), Racism (11), Crime (10), Violence (9), 1992 (7), Australia (7), Nazi (7), 1990s (5), Skinhead (5), Indie (4), Neo-nazi (4), Beach (3), Australian (3), Epilepsy (3), Arson (2), Skinheads (2), Racial Slur (2), Incest (2), Death Of Friend (2), Laundry Drying On Clothes Line (1)
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" An early leading role for Russell Crowe's then budding career as he plays the leader of a hardcore gang of skinheads who roam the streets from "down undah" and who revel in beating up "foreigners" and robbing the well-to-do's who have forsaken their blue collar hertiage. Romper Stomper is a story that takes a look at a group of neo-Nazis and reveals the kind of mindset that have them viewing themselves as just a group of lads taking any opportunity to dish out some good ol' wholesome Aussie r"


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