Occasional Coarse Language

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Occasional Coarse Language
Directed by Brad Hayward
Produced by Trish Piper
Written by Brad Hayward
Starring Sara Browne
Astrid Grant
Nicholas Bishop
Distributed by Roadshow Australia
Release date
  • November 1998 (1998-11)
Country Australia
Language English
Budget A$40,000 (to rough cut)
Box office A$909,475 (Australia))[1]

Occasional Coarse Language is a 1998 Australian romantic comedy film about a young woman who loses her boyfriend and job in the same day and tries to get her life back on track.


Writer-director Brad Hayward was inspired by the success of the film The Brothers McMullen and made the original cut for $40,000. The film was subsequently picked up and distributed by Roadshow Entertainment, which paid for the post production work.[2][3][4]

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  1. ^ "Australian Films at the Australian Box Office" Film Victoria accessed 14 November 2012
  2. ^ Paul Kalina, "The Moment Theory", Cinema Papers, January 1999 p52-53
  3. ^ Paul Discher, "Sara Browne", Urban Cinefile accessed 10 November 2012
  4. ^ "Creative Sydney Day 3: Behind the Screens In Arts, Creative Sydney", The Brag 1 June 2008 accessed 15 November 2012

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