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Galore is a sparse, gritty Australian movie that takes zone in Canberra, specifically Kumbah which is a suburban district of Tuggeranong. Set in 2003, the film's landscapes shift between the concrete suburbs and skate parks and the bushlands where folks are anticipating the devastation of the bushfires. The object of the movie is the friendship between two teenage women called Billie (Puberty Blues' Ashleigh Cummings) and Laura (Lily Sullivan from Mental) but the movie wouldn't be for them. There is so tiny narrative and incident in the film, it takes an age to receive going, that young folks who might have responded most to the topics will be turned away. It is disappointing because the delinquent bored youths in these territories are the topics of the film. They drink, drive speedily and become involved in fistfights. A shocking set piece involves a frightful vehicle ruin that the women manage to survive. One of the women even takes the risk of smashing the vehicle windscreen of one of her opponents before riding off on her bike. The film's central dramatic and private thread is when Billie is involved with Laura's boyfriend Danny (Toby Wallace) and they've kept it a secret from her. Billie's mother (Maya Strange), a social worker, also brings a young boy called Isaac (Aliki Matangi) to stay with them, which creates tension. As Billie, Ashleigh Cummings dissolves seamlessly into this violent territory, clawing her method through scenes with huge displays of aggression and anger to spark our attention. Yet it is difficult to care about the narrative or become involved when these characters are only approached from the outside and when both the context and the characterisation of these characters feels so threadbare. There is a very broad purpose to Galore though. The mission of the movie is that the terrible behaviour here is inevitable in such a boring zone where there is tiny for young folks to invest themselves. If there is anything to suggest the movie on it is the naturalism achieved by the director Rhys Graham, whose hand-held camera and long tracking shots makes these dry, sleepy territories seem real. Some of the wild party scenes are well-populated with a sizeable number of extras so that they seem genuine. The authenticity of these moments supports to add tension. Rhys Graham has a private attachment to the zone because although Malaysian born he was raised in Canberra. The film's rawness comes from his background in making documentaries and he tells that although the movie is not autobiographical, he was inspired by his own past. I couldn't support wonder though if the documentary form would have been a more feasible method to approach this topics so that he wouldn't be burdened by sustaining a narrative. The lack of plot points in Graham's own screenplay and his attempt to uphold the storyline for over one hundred mins gets the better of him. It feels long, slow and only eventful in patches. It is becoming all too predictable to tell about a local movie these days that it is difficult to fault the photography and some of the acting but the script isn't up to par. Ashleigh Cummings' teenage hero is involved with tragedy, friendship and romance but I am not sure who the movie was aiming to please. Older audiences might feel detached from this youth culture and younger folks will search the movie structurally loose, dull and drawn-out like I did. There is definitely a zone for a local movie like this because after seeing movies about bored Aboriginal youths for some time it shows that white adolescents can be as reckless and troubled too. But let's consider the demographics a movie like this could be aimed at and test this to unearth a more disciplined style of filmmaking.
Galore is a detail perpetuating life in its true form. It is a masterful, controlled piece of cinema which throws you in unexpected ways. You, as an audience member, delve so deep and convincingly into the lives of the characters that you feel somewhat affected by the swift turn of happenings - from sweet freedom to recluse circumstance. The attentive and virtuoso craftsmanship of each hero can truly be appreciated. You can now feel their presence. The movie is patient; it lets the light dance in front of the lens, it gives time for us to become familiar with places, season, routine and patterns, and it introduces us to each hero as they come. Galore says the storyline of youth: that derelict, reckless time where in a narrow and singular vision, you are invincible. Billie (Ashleigh Cummings) is an indignant spirit who exists in a delicate balance, the prospect of eventual havoc looming quietly over her head. She loves and lives fiercely. Her summer days in the lazy city are spent working shifts at a local store, swimming and sunbathing by the river, long nights spent partying - all with the company of her greatest friend, Laura (Lily Sullivan). But the dynamics of the relationships Billie holds are far more complex. Billie and Laura's boyfriend, Danny (Toby Wallace), hide away for hours on end together, madly and indisputably crazy for every other.Many of the hallmarks of the standard Australian movie are no doubt show but the distinction here is that there is a significant lack of exploitation and unnecessary gloss. The movie harbours some pretty script-work - there's an easy, graceful coherence between the words spoken and the method in which we hear them. During the Q&A session, Lily Sullivan spoke about the naturalistic passage of shaping the script to fit the screen. Every element of the film, from the powerhouse performances, to the stirring score (slow- strumming, patient perfection) and the rather natural introduction to the local landscape, correlates beautifully. Everything is in sync. Ashleigh Cummings supplies a performance which is endlessly compelling; her prepossessing mannerisms and electric execution of the script is a wonder to watch, her narrations: serene and stimulating. I was also truly taken by Lily Sullivan's representation of one suppressed by the shock of betrayal. As an audience member, I was reassured that these two startling actresses will detail on the silver screen for years to come. There's a consistency and fearlessness to their execution. Toby Wallace charms in his role - his steady performance throughout is not to be overlooked. Finally, newcomer Aliki Mantagi's emotionally charged and confidence is striking - not a single misstep was taken by the young actor. What makes for some distinctive cinematography by Stefan Duscio is the haunting backdrop of the fast-approaching bushfires - establishing something of an apocalyptic tone to the feature. The ever-present smoke climbing above that hill or the next, the stifling, smouldering heat as the case escalated. Living, of course, took zone in the meantime. Other merit of the movie which gotta be recognised is the unflinching portrayal of grief. I can really appreciate the subtle intensity of painful moments. Graham showed us all that the first moment you laugh after it happens is not the moment that you stop crying. Often teen-orientated movies select to sensationalise their content which seems hardly necessary. Being young is crazy enough as it is. Decent films, not necessarily for teens but about teens, are difficult to come by. The fleshy, convoluted material of youth is often left to lay waste to the world. Rhys Graham has ventured powerful and wilful into a risky zone and emerged with powerful representation and a truthful love letter to the essential insanity of adolescence. Galore captures the intensity of nice moments. It's an exhilarating experience, a masterpiece, a courageous movie which has made and will create an unparalleled contribution to the Australian movie industry. Inspired and spirited, one of my favorite details of the movie are the many stolen glances between Billie and Danny. This is young love at its best, a risky and all-consuming infatuation. The scenes that they share when the two are alone are ones that many can relate to: we can all picture the method the sun wandered when there was nothing but the heat and the wide of expanse of nobody but the somebody next to you. Freedom may be an illusion but we're never more alive than when we're young and ignorant.
I tried very hard, I gave it each chance, made each excuse but I just did not like this film - not one bit. Slow, sun, sweat, smoke, swearing, sex and cicadas (all in excess) - it checks all the boxes for this style of Australian independent cinema that just needs to go away. I'm sure this is very much like what its like in semi-rural ACT - but that doesn't mean it makes for a nice movie. The movie goes out of its method to emphasise how boring the zone is - but that just means the film is boring too. In short - it's a flick about some dumb kids, who do some dumb things - slowly. The topics matter just did not warrant a detail length film. 2 stars given for some nice acting talent.
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