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| 10 January 2015 (2015-01-10)|
Daniel Armstrong, Daniel Armstrong
Fight Like a Girl. It's the End of the World
From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl Wikipedia
From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl is a 2015 Australian wrestling-horror feature film directed by Daniel Armstrong.
After watching her Daddy die in the ring, Charlie sets out to become a wrestler in his memory. The only things stopping her are a disapproving boyfriend, a demanding day job and a tyrannical boss whose shenanigans threaten to unleash hordes of zombies upon the earth! Charlie has no choice but to fight the murderous Jabronis.
The feature film From Parts Unknown: Fight like a Girl began in late 2006 and was in the final stages of post-production in late 2014. The inspiration for the film comes from Daniel Armstrong’s work in the video game industry. The combination of characters from his day job with the concept of a wrestling action video game gone wrong ultimately led to the film.
On 6 October 2006 the film went into production with less than $5,000, no director of photography, no editor, no composer, no sound designer, and no access to a post-production facility.
The project was temporarily shelved for lack of resources. The success of Armstrong's other work, MurderDrome gave From Parts Unknown funded a restart for the project.
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