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|Directed by||Greg Page|
|Produced by||Steve Sachs|
|Written by||Greg Page|
|Music by||Victoria Kelly|
Locals Films/Essential Films
|Distributed by||New Zealand Film Commission|
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The film follows two best friends Grant and Paul who hit the road for a weekend of surfing, booze and hopefully . . . girls. With night falling they take a short cut and meet Lisa and Kelly, a couple of babes with a fast car, who invite them to a party. Lust takes the wheel and a game of cat and mouse begins leading them deep into the heartland of evil where they meet... The Locals.
- Kate Elliott - Kelly
- Dwayne Cameron - Paul
- Paul Glover - Martin
- John Barker - Grant
- Aidee Walker - Lisa
The soundtrack to The Locals was compiled by director Greg Page and released on Festival Mushroom Records It includes tracks by eight bands Page had directed music videos for, with the remaining three artists (Inspector Moog, Rumpus Room and Mobile Stud Unit) being Hamilton bands who had inspired Page when writing the film.
|4.||"Milk Biscuit Boy"||Inspector Moog||2:11|
|5.||"We Go Out"||Stellar||2:49|
|6.||"Head Down"||Rumpus Room||2:45|
|9.||"Believer"||8 Foot Sativa||3:39|
|10.||"Gunna Bash"||Mobile Stud Unit||2:04|
|11.||"Nil By Mouth"||Blindspott||3:36|
- "Locals, The - 2003". NZ Videos. Retrieved 1 August 2013.
- New Zealand Film Commission site
- The Locals on IMDb
- The Locals at AllMovie
- "Bret Nichols Cinematography"
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