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  Much maligned by the gutter press upon its release – presumably because of its failure to whip up the predicted amount of racial hatred – Geoffrey Wright’s Romper Stomper is the movie that propelled Gladiator Russell Crowe into international stardom. Here Crowe plays Hando, leader of a gang of violent slapheads battling for white supremacy in Melbourne’s working class suburbs to perhaps the finest soundtrack in movie history – but Hando’s close relationship with his right-hand man Davey (Daniel Pollock) is threatened with the arrival of rebellious rich-girl Gabe (Jacqueline McKenzie).

This provocative and challenging look at the destructive forces of ignorance and intolerance with be released by Contender Entertainment as a two-disc DVD set with limited edition packaging, featuring audio commentary by Wright, Russell Crowe interview, trailer and more – all you Stormtroopers In Sta-Press can put the boot in on March 14th.
  Wayne Southworth [8 Feb 2005 at 12:47]

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