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Devon, an aspiring musician with schizophrenia, always relies on his older brother, Nick, to care for him until Devon meets a mysterious girl, Lucy, and falls madly in love.

However, when she suddenly vanishes, leaving behind a note to meet her in Sydney, he impulsively embarks on an epic, crosscountry journey to find her.

Meanwhile Nick, who thinks that Lucy is all in Devon’s head, sets off to rescue him.

Lily Sullivan (as Lucy) & Brenton Thwaites (as Devon) lying on grass by the river.Photo credit David Dare Parker © Monsoon Pictures
Lily Sullivan (as Lucy) & Brenton Thwaites (as Devon) in I Met A Girl.

Filmed on Location in Western Australian

on the Traditional Country of the Whadjuk and Ballardong people of the Noongar nation

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Production Information

Key Cast

Brenton Thwaites
Joel Jackson
Lily Sullivan
Zahra Newman
David Woods
Anni Finsterer
Peter Rowsthorn


Luke Eve


Glen Dolman


Adam Dolman


Melissa Kelly

Ryan Hodgson

Executive Producers

Timothy White
Tait Brady
Roger Savage
Luke Eve
Brenton Thwaites
James Norrie
Bob Portal


Label Distribution (ANZ)

Alliance Media Partners International (ROW)

Key WA Crew

Director of Photography

Patrick O’Sullivan


Melanie Annan

Script Supervisor

Melissa Hayward

1st Assistant Director

Mark Boskell

Sound Recordist

Trevor Hope

Gavin Repton


Grant Wilson

Key Grip

Greg McKie

Costume Designer

Lien See Leong

Costume Supervisor

Lauren Widdicombe

Key Make-Up Artist

Hayley Atherton

Make-Up Artist

Ali Knapton

Art Director

Danielle Fernandes

Location Manager

Chris Veerhuis

Location Scout

Claire Burton

Safety Supervisor

Nigel Harbach

Unit Manager

Kelly Shawcross

Stills Photographer

David Dare Parker

Jean-Paul Horré

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