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Synopsis

It’s the last day on Earth, twelve hours before a cataclysmic event will end life as we know it. A troubled young man named James makes his way across a lawless and chaotic city to the party to end all parties. However, along the way he ends up saving the life of a little girl named Rose, desperately searching for her father. Stuck with the unexpected burden of responsibility, James is forced to come to terms with what really matters in life and helps Rose find her father which ultimately leads him on a path to redemption

Photo credit © Liz Kearney/8th In Line, Photographer David Dare Parker

Filmed and Post Produced in Western Australia

on the Traditional Country of the Noongar Whadjuk peoples

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Production Information

Writer & Director

Zac Hilditch

Producers

Liz Kearney

Executive Producers

Robert Connolly

Key Cast

Nathan Phillips
Angourie Rice
Jessica de Gouw
Kathryn Beck
Daniel Henshall
Sarah Snook
Lynette Curran

Distributor/ANZ Sales

Footprint Films

International Sales

Celluloid Nightmares

Maze

Key Locations

Perth

Mosman Park

Point Peron

Roleystone

Mount Claremont

Casting Director

Jane Norris

Director of Photography

Bonnie Elliott

Editor

Nick Meyers

Sound Designer

Emma Bortignon

Composer

Cornel Willczek

Party Music Composer

Alex Akers

First Assistant Director

Brad Holyoake

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