Watch the Sunset
Join Tristan Barr (actor, co-director, producer), Michael Gosden (actor, co-director, producer) and Damien Lipp (DOP, producer) in conversation following a screening. One night only! Tickets on sale below.
WATCH THE SUNSET follows Danny Biaro, an ex-member of outlaw bikie gang, The Bloodless Brothers. Danny is tortured by the choices of his drug involved past that led to the disintegration of his new family. Now longing to be reunited with Sally, the love of his life, and their daughter Joey, he travels into the regional town of Kerang.
Previously, Danny found himself trapped by his oath to his brother-in-arms and in particular Sally’s ruthless older brother, Shane, an upcoming leader of the gang. But after witnessing the brutal physical and sexual abuse of Charis, a young girl that bears a haunting resemblance to Sally, at the hands of his fellow gang members, Danny’s revulsion to the life of crime he so desperately wants to leave and his desire to be with the family he loves finally snaps him into action. He violently breaks his bond with his gang, freeing Charis from her torture. This sets into motion a series of events that will change his world, and those around him forever.
Danny must now race against the clock, and Shane, to reach his estranged family before it’s too late. But will his newfound courage be in vain as the consequences of his past collide with his desire for a new beginning?
WATCH THE SUNSET dives head first into a world fueled by drugs, violence and a fight for the redemption. Co-directors Tristan Barr and Michael Gosden come together for a debut feature film that is shot completely in a single take. Also starring in the film alongside an impressive cast that includes Chelsea Zeller, Aaron Walton, Zia Zantis-Vinycomb and introducing 7-year-old Annabelle Williamson in her breakout performance
Deluxe: In-Cinema dining session.
Event: Special event screening, complimentary & discount tickets do not apply
CC & AD: Closed captions or audio description available for individual use for this session, captions DO NOT appear on-screen.
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