sirtacos wrote:Thanks. I missed, or not paid attention to, the step-brother connection.blacksea wrote:The bloke at the end is the protagonist's step-brother.
Snowtown (2011) hmmm.. very grim/10
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Best isnít a word Iíd use to describe Snowtown - Grim springs to mind.
The film makers have done a grand job of depicting the grim side of Australia, a grim set of events. Itís proper depressing stuff, from the moment the film starts to the moment the film ends. All 115 minutes of it are grim. About half way through I started to feel nauseous.
I picked up Snowtown second hand, Iíll probably sell it, as I canít imagine ever wanting to watch it again.
What happens to the bloke at the end, as I didnít fully get why he was there, in the building with the computers and stuff. Did I miss something?
John Bunting has wanted to kill him for a long time (because John Bunting is an arsehole). Earlier in the film - at the beach - John tells a reluctant Mr. Protagonist to lure his step-brother into town in order to sell him a used computer for $200. The computer does not exist! It is a dastardly ruse! The half-brother, seduced by the promise of cheap personal computing, willingly follows Mr. Protagonist into the disused bank. Once there, they sit down and have a nice cup of tea. WITH MURDER CRUMPETS
Incidentally, my playful tone belies the horror I feel. The disused bank shown in the film is the actual murderbank where Buntcunt & Co stored their victims' remains.
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