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Three Dollars (2005)

Three Dollars
6 Rating
(3 ratings)
6.3 IMDB rating

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David Wenham

David Wenham

Eddie Harnovey
Frances O

Frances O'Connor

Tanya Harnovey
Sarah Wynter

Sarah Wynter

Amanda
Robert Menzies

Robert Menzies

Nick
Nicole Nabout

Nicole Nabout

Kate
Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik

Joanna Hunt-Prokhovnik

Abby Harnovey
Nico Billeam

Nico Billeam

Tiny


Written by
Elliot Perlman

Elliot Perlman

(novel)
Robert Connolly

Robert Connolly

screenplay


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It's good to support Australian Films bu

6 years, 10 months ago at Jun 12 6:44
David Wenham will no doubt bring in the ladies to watch this, and Aussie film appreciators will probably also give this one the benefit of the doubt, but Australian Film can do better!

This film jumps around more than a cat with sticky tape on its paws, and some plot holes stand out unforgivably amongst the reality of other subject matter. How on earth a public servant can a) be una... read more
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Release date: 21 April 2005
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Adski posted a review 6 years, 10 months ago

It's good to support Australian Films bu

“David Wenham will no doubt bring in the ladies to watch this, and Aussie film appreciators will probably also give this one the benefit of the doubt, but Australian Film can do better!

This film jumps around more than a cat with sticky tape on its paws, and some plot holes stand out unforgivably amongst the reality of other subject matter. How on earth a public servant can a) be unable to support a family of three or b) find himself fired (!) defies my world of logic.

Still it is a personable tale of circumstance, morality and fate where almost everything is left up to interpretation. Real characters throughout, and some smart dialogue if you can get past the mumbling.” read more