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3 years ago
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Blockbuster features two young women who bond while escaping danger. Liza Nifontova (Svetlana Ustinova), discontented TV presenter, is taken hostage by Natasha Tulpanova (Anna Chipovskaya), wannabe model, after a bank robbery gone wrong. The events take place after Liza has a bad work day and finds her boyfriend cheating on her. Naturally, as one would,...
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4 years ago
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Nick Cody’s On Fire encompasses themes on marriage, dietary choices and soft violence. Cody is a man who has much to say, and he says it well. An Aussie bloke through and through, he isn’t afraid to reveal personal bits of information about himself, whilst turning it into something completely hilarious. It can’t go unsaid...
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4 years ago
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If anyone could deliver a smorgasbord of seamlessly tied acts, combining an energetic trio of brilliant improv, crowd work and a range of expressive gestures, it’s Stuart Goldsmith. He’s a cocktail mixture of miscellaneous ingredients combined together to make something fresh and new. Compared to What is fun, engaging and particularly jolly, with subtle hints...
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4 years ago
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Rhys Nicholson has a huge personality, and knows how to flaunt it on stage. Extremely energetic and loud, Nicholson knows how to command the crowd’s attention. I’m Fine covers themes of millennial anxieties and everyday occurrences – basically a show that anyone born in the 90s and constantly experiencing an existential crisis can relate to....
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4 years ago
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UK comedian Stuart Goldsmith’s life has changed a lot recently. Now a parent and no longer a city dweller, Goldsmith is shaking off his misspent youth and settling down only to wonder – how much compromise is too much? Luckily for us, his career is going from strength to strength, and he’s bring his latest...
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4 years ago
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If you’re a fan of Garfunkel and Oates or Tenacious D, get ready for last year’s 2x Best Comedy Award nominee Shirley Gnome. She returns to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with an all new show, Taking it Up The Notch – but first took some time to talk to us about punching babies, shit...
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4 years ago
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South African stand up Urzila Carlson has become a beloved part of comedy festivals across the country, no doubt in part because of her up front, no bullshit comedic style. It’s no surprise that her show this year, Unacceptable, continues in that vein, addressing those things that have become both necessarily and unnecessarily unacceptable. Tickets...
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4 years ago
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Neil Gaiman always seems to be involved in projects that are both weird and wonderful. Creepy and enigmatic. And this time, a bit kinky it would seem. Let’s not be coy. This film is about spider sex. Sixteen Legs is a series of inter-linked projects by Neil Gaiman and the Bookend Trust focusing on antipodean...