Kate Winslet and Melanie Lynskey in the fantasy world in Peter Jackson’s 1994 film Heavenly Creatures. Also stars Sarah Peirse.
“I didn’t ask to be here. Your patient has requested an independent assessment.” Dr. Karen Schumaker, The Ugly (1997, Dir. Scott Reynolds)
Michael Hurst in David Blyth’s 1984 horror Death Warmed Up. Also stars Margaret Umbers, Bruno Lawrence and David Letch.
“Little Susan torched her Mum in a fire of desire, and before she was all through she cut her Daddy in two.” Wound (2010, Dir. David Blyth)
Chelsea Preston Crayford and Martin Henderson in Gaylene Preston’s 2010 film Home by Christmas. Also stars Tony Barry.
“Everything blows up in your face even though you’re being yourself.” Billy, 50 Ways of Saying Fabulous (2005, Dir. Stewart Main)
Jonathan Brugh and Richard Falkner in Dean Hewison’s 2012 film How to Meet Girls from a Distance. Also stars Scarlett Hemingway, Aidee Walker, Owen Black, Hannah Clarke, Aroha White and Colleen Cleary.
Emmeline Hawthorne and Christopher Brown in Harold Brodie’s 2003 film Orphans and Angels. Also stars Cal Wilson and Aaron Ward.
“I can go anywhere with a map. I can do anything if I know something about a place.” Young Michael & Amelia, The Map Reader (2008, Dir. Harold Brodie)
American actors Cliff Robertson and Leif Garrett in Bruce Morrison’s 1986 film Shaker Run. Also stars Lisa Harrow, Shane Briant, Peter Rowell, Peter Hayden, Ian Mune and Bruce Phillips.