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Films In 1992

Resurrection (Ray Kilby, 1992)
A genteel tale of three Welsh sisters. With the death certificate signed, and the mourning and funeral paid for, Bertha and Ellen are deter­mined to put the lid on their troublesome sister Meg on… Read more

Rhino Christmas (John Armstrong, 1992)
A hot weird Christmas in the suburbs. Mott dreams of snow, Trace and Raoul search for real coffee, Jane and Bruce just want to medi­tate. When things turn ugly, only the Rhino can save the day. ... Read more

Rights from the Heart (Various, 1992)
The theme of this collection of animations illus­trates the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. ... Read more

Road to Alice (Stavros Andonis Efthymiou, 1992)
Jimmy owes some unfriendly guys $3000. He doesn't have it. Now is as good a time as any to visit Alice. But getting away is never as easy as that. (GM) ... Read more

ROSSELLINI SEEN BY ROSSELLINI (Adriano Apra, 1992)
Roberto Rossellini is a filmmaker who is anything but homogeneous, and in Rossellini Seen By Rossellini the great Italian neo-realist director is reflected in his own cinematic mirror. From Rome Open… Read more

Runaway (Spiro Taraviras, 1992)
Fifteen-year-old Patrick has a dream; to take part in the famous Daytona motor-cycle race. But first he has to escape, not just from Munich but from the reformatory of which he is an inmate. A chance… Read more

Saint Mulekicker (Simeon Hunter, 1992)
Ron Athey is a rising Los Angeles performance artist who presents his disturbing and power­ful S&M-related work in the underground club circuit. The tattoos on Ron's body, inspired by tribal mark… Read more

Same as Tomorrow (Momir Matovic, 1992)
Routine, rhythm and disruption on the banks of a river. A traditional setting is soon altered as this remarkable and surprising film exposes it's location. ... Read more

SAVIOURS OF THE FOREST (Bill Day, 1992)
In the middle of a tropical rainforest, a man revs up his chainsaw and cuts down a huge tree. As the thunder of the toppled tree sub­sides, a cameraman pops into the picture and says, "We came to… Read more

SAY A LITTLE PRAYER (Richard Lowenstein, 1992)
It's the summer holidays — the seemingly endless summer of eleven-year-old Seymour. A lonely boy grounded with a fussy guardian in an inner city suburb, Seymour is bored and unhappy with his co… Read more

SEARCHING (Nicola Woolmington, 1992)
Searching is a moving account of adoptees and birth parents, their need to satisfy curiosity, find their identity and make contact with one another. ... Read more

Secrets of the City (Cathy Linsley, 1992)
There is a sense of voyeurism as the viewer travels into an unknown metropolis looking through windows and discovering strange sce­narios representing the disquiet of the city's occupants. The pe… Read more

Seduced (Maurice Nugent, 1992)
A highly sexed rat with an attitude tries to bite off more than he can chew. A cel-ammated tale of unrequited love. ... Read more

See You Next Weekend (John Irwin, 1992)
Ever wondered if it's worth it? Doesn't one weekend seem just like the next? Seen through the 'eyes' of the bathroom mirror, the weekend may seem like one bleary-eyed morning after another. ... Read more

Sex and Locomotives (John Martens-Manteiga, 1992)
It is Paris, circa 1890, and a young boy boards New York Central's legendary train, the Twentieth Century Limited. The journey takes him across two continents and two centuries, rush­ing him thro… Read more

She's Just Growing Up, Dear (Julia Tell, 1992)
Amidst a collage of kitsch 50s media imagery a young woman recalls her sexual abuse at the age of four. 'Daddy's Little Princess' is still dis­turbed years later. The film raises questions about … Read more

Shelf Life (Andrew Horne, 1992)
The owner of a suburban delicatessen remi­nisces as he celebrates his 60th birthday and repels the invasion of a-new nearby conve­nience store. Clever, large-scale animation and colourful art… Read more

Shooting to Stardom (Kieron J Walsh, 1992)
An Irish comedian is finding it tough to get a laugh out of his London audience One night after drowning his sorrows he's picked up by the police. At last he finds an audience who appreciate him. Or … Read more

Sister, Sister (Julie Trimingham, 1992)
Same set, same crew, different worlds! A nun and a prostitute, obviously divided by their way of life, both separately, quietly and hon­estly explain what makes each other do what they do. Their … Read more

Six Hours from Cleveland (Jesse Peretz, 1992)
A teenage girl and her father are driving to a town where her mother is now living, to ask her to come home with them. They spend the night in a small motel en route where the girl has a strange run-… Read more

So Many Galaxies...So Little Time (Boyd Estus, 1992)
How distant are the galaxies and how are they distributed throughout the vast reaches of space? This live-action documentary combined with computer graphics features two astronomers and their graduat… Read more

Sour Death Balls (Jessica Yu, 1992)
Mmmm. That looks good! I think I'll just pop it in my mouth... Oh no! Film-maker Jessica Yu invites her friends to taste a sour death ball and captures the looks on their faces as they eat it. ... Read more

STEPPING RAZOR - RED X (Nicholas Campbell, 1992)
From his beginnings in the late sixties with Bob Marley and Bunny Wailer in the Wailers, through his stormy vault to stardom as the leader of a reggae movement that swept the world in the 1970s, to h… Read more

STRICTLY BALLROOM (Baz Luhrmann, 1992)
... ... Set among the backroom bickering of the ballroom dancing world, Baz Luhnnann's debut film kicks off with a shaky-cam psuedo-documentary sequence introducing the gallery of larger than life ch… Read more

SUMO DO, SUMO DON'T (Masayuki Suo, 1992)
The Bad News Bears go Tokyo for Masayuki Suo's teen wrestlefest, Sumo Do, Sumo Don't. Truancy, transvestism and desperation coerce a motley assortment of misfits, nerds and academic failures into res… Read more

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