Hating Alison Ashley (film)
|Hating Alison Ashley|
DVD cover for Hating Alison Ashley
|Directed by||Geoff Bennett|
|Produced by||Elizabeth Howatt-Jackman|
|Music by||Cezary Skubiszewski|
|Release dates||17 March 2005|
|Running time||100 minutes|
Hating Alison Ashley is a 2005 Australian comedy film based upon the 1984 novel of the same name produced by Elizabeth Howatt-Jackman and directed by Geoff Bennett. It was filmed in Kinglake West,Victoria, Australia and Docklands Studios Melbourne.
At school, Erica is not very popular. She sits alone in class, but when Alison arrives, it all changes. Erica at first is desperate to be Alison's friend but soon changes her mind, and they then become rivals.
However, when a school camp comes up, Erica realises Alison doesn't have the perfect life as she imagined.
- Saskia Burmeister as "Erk" Erica "Yuk" Yurken
- Delta Goodrem as Alison Ashley
- Jean Kittson as Ms. Nigella Belmont
- Tracey Mann as Erica's mother
- Richard Carter as Lennie Grubb
- Craig McLachlan as Jeff Kennard
- Rachael Carpani as Valjoy Yurken
- Holly Myers as Ms. Lattimore
- Anthony Cleave as Harley Yurken
- Abigail Gudgeon as Jedda Yurken
- Alexander Cappelli as Barry Hollis
Hating Alison Ashley grossed $2,085,751 at the box office in Australia.
A soundtrack to the film was released on 8 March 2005 by Festival Records.
- "Stockholm Syndrome" - Blink-182
- "Mr Es Beautiful Blues" - The Eels
- "Don't Tell Me" - Gabriella Cilmi
- "Maybe" - Daniel Merriweather (feat. Lee Sissing)
- "Green Eyed World" - The Blips (feat. Amiel)
- "Cyclone" - Dub Pistols
- "Trashed" - Jacket
- "Lifting The Veil From The Braille" - The Dissociatives
- "Come Clean" - Hilary Duff
- "Sorry" - Gabriella Cilmi
- "I See You Baby" - Groove Armada
- "Lighthouse" - The Waifs
- "Mini Morris Parts 1 And 2" - Cezary Skubiszewski and Paul Mac
- "Shining Bright" - Karishma
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- Hating Alison Ashley at the Internet Movie Database
- Urban Cinefile review
- Hating Alison Ashley at the National Film and Sound Archive
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