Tuesday, May 26, 2020

LOVE AIN'T EASY IN THE FIRST TRAILER FOR AUSTRALIAN DRAMA DIRT MUSIC WITH DAVID WENHAM, GARRET HEDLUND, KELLY MCDONALD

     'DIRT MUSIC' TRAILER
GIVES GARRETT HEDLUND A VERY HOT BEARD INDEED
First trailer has been released for the big screen adaptation of acclaimed Australian novel DIRT MUSIC by Tim Winton, in which the stunning landscape of Western Australia is the backdrop for an impassioned tale of love
Dirt Music is coming soon to Australian cinemas
and grief. Stuck in a loveless relationship with legendary local fisherman Jim Buckridge (David Wenham), the despondent Georgie (Kelly Macdonald) becomes enamoured with Lu (Garrett Hedlund), a young poacher who is encroaching on her tyrannical partner's territory. A reticent loner with a tragic past who gave up his life as a musician, Lu is wary of letting Georgie in. But their fervent attraction gets the better of them, and secrets are uncovered that will change their lives. When Jim finds out about the affair, Lu flees into the punishing terrain with no intention of returning, and Georgie sets off on a chase to bring her lover back. Three tempestuous
Along with the novel, a "soundtrack" was produced, which included both bluegrass and classical music and was intended to embody the quote in the novel, "Anything you could play on a verandah. You know, without electricity. Dirt music."
characters, worn down by traumas, find themselves bound together and forced to face one another's inner conflicts in this blistering outback melodrama. 



     DAVID WENHAM TO ALSO STAR
IN THE FURNACE WESTERN
Speaking of Australian films and their star David Wenham, he has also finished production on 19th century western THE FURNACE director Roderick MacKay's feature film debut! Set in Western Australia’s 1890s gold
Ahmed Malek and David Wenham lead the Furnace cast
rush, THE FURNACE is an unlikely hero’s tale, navigating greed and the search for identity in a new land. Ahmed Malek plays Hanif, a young cameleer who forms a partnership with a bushman (David Wenham) on the run with Crown gold. Together, they must outwit zealous troopers in a race to reset the gold bars at a secret furnace.

8 comments:

  1. Watching Dirt Music feels like traveling Western Australia without leaving my home so I am up for that. Australia was part of my bucket list this year but it doesn't look like I can travel anywhere anytime soon.

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    1. Yes, I imagine tourism will be dead for a very long time, wonder how will tourist countries survive? Not to mention tourism industry.

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    2. I remember when Sri Lanka had the terror attacks not too long ago. I had one friend from there that I met on Instagram begging me not to let that deter me from visiting their country as they heavily depend on tourism dollars. He was so worried that was going to kill their economy. I am sure this virus is doing a lot more damage than religious zealots, sadly. We were going to do Germany this summer and Japan next year, but those have been scratched off the list until who knows when now.

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    3. We shall enjoy summer staycations forevah! I cannot even go to another city let alone to another country or continent. Even going to the local mall which requires a bus drive and some walking is currently a nightmare.

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  2. He does do that beard some justice.. I may watch just for that.. LOL

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    1. I did not find him attractive before, but I like his looks in this one, must be the ginge factor.

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  3. I'll watch just for the Australian landscapes!

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    1. I love the landscapes of their hunks especially. Just finished watching Stateless series with Jai Me Some Courtney.

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