|Director Marc Gracie|
Music director Joe Dolce
|Release date 1988|
Writer Rosa Colosimo, Sergio Donati (screenplay), Sergio Donati (story), Reg McLean, Luciano Vincenzoni (story)
Screenplay Luciano Vincenzoni, Sergio Donati, Rosa Colosimo, Reg McLean
Cast Elspeth Ballantyne (Shelagh MacBean), Joe Dolce (Nino Patrovita), Mary Coustas (Jenny), Denise Drysdale (Shelley), Patricia Lyon (Lady in garage)
Similar movies The Adventures of Barry McKenzie (1972), Alvin Purple (1973), Barry McKenzie Holds His Own (1974), Death in Brunswick (1991), Cosi (1996)
Blowing Hot and Cold is a 1989 Australian comedy drama film about an Italian who befriends a garage owner whose daughter has run off with a drug dealer.
Two people from Italy and Australia set their cultural differences aside to search for a girl who ran off with a drug dealer.
It was originally announced the film would be made in 1984 starring Arkie Whiteley directed by Brian Trenchard-Smith.
The movie was shot in Redesdale, Kyneton, Diggers Rest, Taradale and Melbourne.
ReferencesBlowing Hot and Cold Wikipedia
Blowing Hot and Cold IMDb