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Country  Australia
6.6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Language  English
3 to Go movie poster
Director  Peter Weir ("Michael") Brian Hannant ("Judy") Oliver Howes ("Toula")
Writer  Peter Weir, Bob Ellis
Release date  March 1971
Directors  Peter Weir, Brian Hannant, Oliver Howes
Music director  Aunty Jack, Rory ODonoghue, The Cleves
Screenplay  Peter Weir, Brian Hannant, Bob Ellis, Oliver Howes
Cast  Aunty Jack (Grahame), Judy McBurney (Judy #1), Betty Lucas (Mother #1), Serge Lazareff (Mike), Judy Morris (Judy #2)
Similar movies  Boulevard of Broken Dreams (1988)

3 to Go is a portmanteau Australian film consisting of three stories, each presenting a young Australian at a moment of decision about their future. One of the stories was directed by Peter Weir.

Contents

Plot

  • Michael - Michael faces a choice between his wealthy middle class parents and a group of pot smoking radicals.
  • Judy - a teenage country girl goes to the city despite opposition of her parents and boyfriend.
  • Toula - a Greek girl falls for an Australian boy despite the opposition of her family.
  • Michael

  • Matthew Burton as Michael
  • Grahame Bond as Grahame
  • Peter Coville as Neville Trantor
  • Georgina West as Georgina
  • Betty Lucas as mother
  • Judy McBurney as Judy
  • Judy

  • Judy Morris as Judy
  • Serge Lazareff as Mike
  • Mary Ann Severne as Margaret
  • Gary Day as David
  • Penny Ramsey as Heather
  • Wendy Playfair as mother
  • Brian Anderson as father
  • Cliff Neale as Mr Vickery
  • Toula

  • Rita Ioannou as Toula
  • Erica Crowne as Assimina
  • Andrew Pappas as Stavros
  • Joe Hasham as John
  • Gabriel Battikha as Nick
  • Ther Coulouris as father
  • Ketty Coulouris as mother
  • Yaya Laudeas as grandmother
  • Production

    Michael was shot in late 1969 on 16mm but blown up to 35mm. The others were filmed in early 1970 on 35mm.

    Release

    The film was shot first on commercial television in March 1971 and episodes screened individually in cinemas as supporting shorts.

    References

    3 to Go Wikipedia
    3 to Go IMDb 3 to Go themoviedb.org


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