MIFF: Sweet As
MIFF: Sweet As
MIFF & Theatre Royal

MIFF: Sweet As

Theatre Royal, Castlemaine - Cinema (Castlemaine, VIC)
Sunday, 21 August 2022 1:00 pm
2 days away
All Ages (minors must be accompanied by Guardian)
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MIFF: Sweet As at Theatre Royal, Castlemaine - Cinema (Castlemaine, VIC) on Sunday, 21 August 2022

Unclassified 15+
 

The Breakfast Club meets the outback in this uplifting coming-of-age road movie by Nyul Nyul / Yawuru director Jub Clerc (The Turning, MIFF Premiere Fund 2013; The Heights).

With problems on the home front, 15-year-old Murra is on the verge of lashing out. That is, until her policeman uncle thwarts her self-destructive behaviour with a lifeline: a “photo-safari for at-risk kids”. Murra isn’t entirely convinced, but she soon joins cantankerous Kylie, uptight Sean, happy-go-lucky Elvis, and camp counsellors Fernando and Michelle on a transformative bus trip to the Pilbara. On the trail, the teens learn about fun, friendship and first crushes, as well as the forces of ‘reality’ that puncture the bubble of youth.

Starring Aboriginal luminaries Tasma Walton (Mystery RoadCleverman) and Mark Coles Smith (Last Cab to DarwinPawno, MIFF 2015), Chilean-Cuban-Australian actor Carlos Sanson Jr (Bump), and a magnetic Shantae Barnes-Cowan (Total ControlFirebite) in the lead, Accelerator Lab alumna Clerc’s MIFF Premiere Fund–supported feature debut is an effervescent story of growth, acceptance and the journey towards finding oneself. With postcard-perfect shots of remote Western Australia and a road-trip-worthy soundtrack of all-Indigenous artists, Sweet As is sure to take you along for its thrillingly cinematic, life-affirming ride.