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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Mad_BastardsMad Bastards - Wikipedia

    Mad Bastards is a 2011 Australian drama film written and directed by Brendan Fletcher. Set in the Kimberley region of Western Australia, the film uses mainly local Aboriginal people in the cast, and draws on their stories for the plotline. It is Fletcher's debut film and it premiered at the 2011 Sundance Film Festival.

  2. Mad Bastards: Directed by Brendan Fletcher. With Dean Daley-Jones, Lucas Yeeda, Greg Tait, Ngaire Pigram. TJ's quest to find the son he's never known, takes him on a journey across the remote and stunning Kimberley landscape.

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    • Drama
    • Brendan Fletcher
    • 2010-01
  3. 22 de ene. de 2011 · 7. 8. 9. 74K views 12 years ago. Mad Bastards - World Cinema Dramatic Competition from the SUNDANCE FILM FESTIVAL 2011 Trailer ...more.

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  4. A police officer wants to make things better for the men in his community as three generations of Australians journey toward manhood.

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    • Dean Daley-Jones
    • Brendan Fletcher
    • Drama
  5. Mad Bastards película dirigida por Brendan Fletcher y protagonizada por Dean Daley-Jones, Lucas Yeeda y Greg Tait. Año: 2010. Sinopsis: La búsqueda de TJ para encontrar al hijo que nunca conoció lo lleva en un viaje a través del remoto e impresionante paisaje de Kimberley.

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    • Dean Daley-Jones
    • Brendan Fletcher
  6. Mad Bastards es una película dirigida por Brendan Fletcher con Dean Daley-Jones, Greg Tait, Lucas Yeeda, Ngaire Pigram .... Año: 2010. Título original: Mad Bastards. Sinopsis: TJ sale en busqueda dell hijo que nunca ha conocido, lo que le lleva a un viaje a traves del paisaje de Kimberley, un bello lugar apartado del mundo.

  7. 21 de ene. de 2010 · Cutting between three generations, Mad Bastards is a raw look at the journey to becoming a man and the personal transformation one must make. Developed with local Aboriginal communities and fueled by a local cast, Mad Bastards draws from the rich tradition of storytelling inherent in Indigenous life.