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SYNOPSIS: Based on a true story this award winning feature film is extraordinary for it's social awareness and the fact that it was one of the first feature films made at the rebirth of australian production in the early 70's. it is the story of bill donald, an alcoholic who is committed to a hospital for the criminally insane until he can prove his eligibility to be released. Bill Donald is a liar, a cheat, an alcoholic and a human being trapped in a bureaucratic nightmare.  At a time when farce and sex were all the go 27A brought gravitas to the Australian scene.  Inspired by the work of Ken Loach in the U.K. the film is rooted in a social realism that connected it to an international tide.  The films wone best film and best actor at the Austrlian Film Institute Awards.  Not bad for film makers aged in their eearly twenties.  Producer, Haydn Keenan is still the youngest winner of best film in the history of the awards.


Censorship Rating: M
Length: 87 Minutes
Country of Origin: Australia
Year of Production: 1974
Producer: Haydn Keenan
Director: Esben Storm
Performers: Robert Mcdarra, Bill Hunter & Richard Moir

Australian Film Institute Award - Best Feature Film. AFI Award - Best Actor, Robert Mcdarra.

Reviews: "27A is a quite remarkable film which will provoke and disturb anyone who sees it" - Andrew McKay Melb. Herald
"..one of the best features so far produced here, adorned with bitter and sometimes funny dialogue, rich characterizations,
a sense of place as distinct from an eagerness to exploit the picturesque and a storyline with some texture in it." -Sandra Hall, The Bulletin
"Puts to shame a good deal of the commercially available stuff we have seen so far." - Jack Clancy Nation Review
Subject area Independant feature film/ Social Welfare/ Psychology/Nursing
Photo Gallery  27A Photo Gallery


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