Geoffrey Wright's daring and confrontational film is a terrifying experience in stark reality that helped make Russell Crowe an international star.
Graphically violent and brutally honest it deals with a gang of neo-Nazi skinheads, led by the intimidating Hando (Crowe), who battles for white supremacy on the streets of Melbourne.
- " This is in no way a pleasant film experience. It is relentlessly psychologically violent, almost nauseatingly so on occasion. However it is one of the finest films to be made in this country in recent years. " – Margaret Pomeranz
- " Crowe first shows his star quality. " – Lori Hoffman
- " A genuinely excellent film, horrifying and touching and beautiful in a bloody sort of way. A bit like real life, really. " – Marc Savlov