The Argues: The Movie

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The Argues: The Movie
Directed byMark Hembrow
Written byDavid Argue
Patricia Argue
Mark Hembrow
Steven Tandy
Stuart Thompson
Story byMark Hembrow
Produced byLeyla Aziz
Colette Greer
David Hannay
William Mozer
Gary Tansley
StarringRosslyn Abernethy
David Argue
Patricia Argue
Steven Tandy
Stuart Thompson
CinematographyWilliam Mozer
Edited byBob Flores
Brad Lidenmayer
Gary Watson
Music byRussell Dawson
Mark Hembrow
David Hannay Productions
Egmond Pacific Entertainment
Distributed byPeacock Films
Release date
  • 16 November 2010 (2010-11-16)
Running time
80 minutes

The Argues: The Movie is a 2010 Australian comedy film directed by Mark Hembrow and starring David Argue, Patricia Argue, Steven Tandy and Stuart Thompson.[1] The mockumentary film was written by David Argue and Hembrow with improvisation by David Argue, Patricia Argue and Thompson. The film is based on the story of Argue's mother and her romance with the United States and Europe, where she ice skated in many famed shows with her now deceased husband, so David takes her on a sentimental journey revisiting the places she skated around the world while at the same time trying to land himself a Hollywood agent. The film is shot on location in Hollywood, New York City, Florence, Venice, Dubai and Melbourne. The Argues: The Movie's original title was Mum and Me.


  1. ^ Hicks, Sara (26 October 2010). "'The Argues' wild duck chase in Hollywood". Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 6 February 2024.

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