Bangers (film)

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Bangers
Directed by Andrew Upton
Produced by
Written by Andrew Upton
Starring
Music by Chris Abrahams
Cinematography Ross Emery
Edited by Matt Villa
Production
company
Dirty Films
Release dates 1999
Melbourne International Film Festival[1]
Running time 9:00
Country Australia
Language English

Bangers is a 1999 Australian short film starring Cate Blanchett. Her real-life husband Andrew Upton wrote, produced, and directed the film. It is their first collaboration from their production company "Dirty Films". Bangers was later included in the 2005 compilation film Stories of Lost Souls.[2]

Plot[edit]

Cate Blanchett portrays a marginally successful career woman preparing dinner for her gruff and unsympathetic mother. As she cooks the mashed potatoes and sausages, she tells an indifferent audience of her mother and cat about a recent promotion at work. While she rants about her job it becomes apparent that she is in the middle of a mental breakdown that culminates in burned sausage and mashed potatoes all over the floor.

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Bangers at the Miff Archive. Retrieved 19.11.2012.
  2. ^ Stories of Lost Souls at IMDb. Retrieved 19.11.2012

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