|Amy 1998 PG-13, 104 min.|
Genre: Drama / Musical / Comedy
Director: Nadia Tass
Cast: Rachel Griffiths, Alana De Roma, Ben Mendelsohn, Nick Barker, Kerry Armstrong, Jeremy Trigatti, William Zappa, Torquil Neilson, Sullivan Stapleton, Mary Ward, Susie Porter, Frank Gallacher, Jan Friedl, Malcolm Kennard, Jeremy Kewley
Four-year-old Amy (Alana De Roma) witnessed her father's accidental death by electrocution and has appeared to be deaf and mute ever since. Her mother Tanya (Rachel Griffiths) has refused child-welfare workers' advice of sending Amy to a special school and is hiding out with Amy in Melbourne where one of the neighbors, Robert Buchanan (Ben Mendelsohn), realizes that Amy is NOT deaf and can communicate through music.
|Better Than Sex 2000 N/R, 84 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama / Romance
Director: Jonathan Teplitzky
Cast: David Wenham, Susie Porter, Kris McQuade, Catherine McClements, Imelda Corcoran, Simon Bossell, Dina Gillespie, Emily Saunders, Laura Keneally, Leah Vandenberg, Tammy McIntosh, Mark Priestley, Tamblyn Lord, Jason Clarke, Jason Chong
Following a one-night stand, cynical singles Josh (David Wenham) and Cin (Susie Porter) find themselves surprised to find that they just might genuinely care for each other. But they must decide soon because Josh is leaving in three days.
|Bootmen 2000 R, 92 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy / Romance
Director: Dein Perry
Cast: Adam Garcia, Sophie Lee, Sam Worthington, William Zappa, Richard Carter, Susie Porter, Anthony Hayes, Christopher Horsey, Drew Kaluski, Matt Lee, Lee McDonald, Vaughan Sheffield, Christian Patterson, Lisa Perry, Bruce Venables
The tap dancing is great in this story about steel worker Sean's (Adam Garcia) efforts to gather together his pals and put on a show in blue-collar Newcastle–Australia's sixth largest city. This one is worth viewing for the tap dancing alone.
|Little Fish 2005 R, 113 min.|
Director: Rowan Woods
Cast: Cate Blanchett, Sam Neill, Hugo Weaving, Martin Henderson, Noni Hazlehurst, Joel Tobeck, Dustin Nguyen, Lisa McCune, Susie Porter, Nina Liu, Linda Cropper, Daniella Farinacci, Ferdinand Hoang, Jason Chong, Anthony Wong
After spending the last four years recovering from heroin addiction, Tracy (Cate Blanchett) is confronted by ex-boyfriend Jonny (Dustin Nguyen) who has returned to town and insists he is no longer dependent on drugs. Meanwhile, Tracy is helping Lionel (Hugo Weaving) withdraw from heroin, which leads to major problems because of his connection to drug kingpin Bradley "The Jockey" Thompson. At age 32, Tracy must now deal with her past before she can move on to a future.
|The Monkey's Mask 2000 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Samantha Lang
Cast: Susie Porter, Kelly McGillis, Marton Csokas, Deborah Mailman, Abbie Cornish, Jean-Pierre Mignon, Caroline Gillmer, Brendan Cowell, Bojana Novakovic, Linden Wilkinson
Lesbian private detective Jill Fitzpatrick (Susie Porter) answers the frantic call of a distraught mother (Linden Wilkinson) who needs help solving the disappearance of her daughter, Mickey (Abbie Cornish). When Mickey's strangled body turns up, Jill continues to investigate her list of suspects and then begins getting phone calls in verse on her own answering machine. Now, it is Jill's life that is in danger.
|Two Hands 1999 R, 103 min.|
Genre: Action / Comedy
Director: Gregor Jordan
Cast: Heath Ledger, Bryan Brown, David Field, Rose Byrne, Tom Long, Susie Porter, Steven Vidler, Tony Forrow, Mariel McClorey, Kiri Paramore, Kieran Darcy-Smith
While Jimmy (Heath Ledger) is making a $10,000 delivery for local gangster Pando (Bryan Brown), the cash is stolen. To recover the money, Jimmy gets involved in a bank heist and along the way meets Alex (Rose Byrne) who encourages him to change his ways. But, will Jimmy listen?
|Welcome to Woop-Woop 1997 R, 103 min.|
Director: Stephan Elliott
Cast: Johnathon Schaech, Rod Taylor, Susie Porter, Dee Smart, Barry Humphries, Richard Moir, Paul Mercurio, Rachel Griffiths, Maggie Kirkpatrick, Tina Louise
With creditors hot on his trail, Teddy (Johnathon Schaech) heads for Australia and travels the Outback in a Volkswagen camper. He picks up a hitchhiker, Angie (Susie Porter), and drives her to her very strange hometown of Woop-Woop, and meets her equally odd father, Daddy O (Rod Taylor), and sister, Krystal (Dee Smart). When Teddy has had enough of Woop-Woop, he discovers that it is not an easy town to leave.
|1. Amy (1998)|
2. Better Than Sex (2000)
3. Bootmen (2000)
4. Little Fish (2005)
5. The Monkey's Mask (2000)
6. Two Hands (1999)
7. Welcome to Woop-Woop (1997)
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