A defiant gesture as a group of friends spend their last night together.
David Argue channelling Peggy Lee
Tracey Mann plays Karli who's departure for New York triggers a night they won't forget.
Henk Johannes plays the lead singer in a band which the girls follow.
Ian Nimmo in Going Down. The demi monde of characters so well describes the period
Tracey Mann and David Argue in a scene backstrage at Les Girls.
David Argue as Greg, the ill fated object of Ellen's (Moira Maclaine-Cross) romantic intentions.
Director Haydn Keenan preparing to shoot a car chase to Sydney airport in which he plays a drunk.
A last farewell
Jane (Verra Plevnik) is the wild girl no one can control.
Verra Plevnik and Julie Barry in Kings Cross
From left: Tracy Mann as Karli, Julie Barry as Jackie, Moira Maclaine-Cross as Ellen and Verra Plevnik as Jane.
Esben Storm is Michael nihilist and cough mixture addict. Although he had done some acting as a teenager this was his first role as an adult and his extraordinary performance lead to a number of appearance in feature films and TV series.
Claudia Karvan, in her first screen role, and Samantha Rebillet are tearaway kids trying to extort money from Michael.
Chris ' Sproing' Goldsmith shades his eyes from the glare of a light bulb while talking with Chris Maudson. These two guys were doyens of the Australian film industry one a boom swinger and the other a 2nd Assistant Director. Guys who just loved making films and could produce great results in the most trying circumstances. Their lifestyle was film. They are both greatly missed. Wonderful guys. Photo: Ian Gilmour
Producer Director Haydn Keenan in the GOING DOWN production office. Photo: Ian Gilmour
Julie Barry plays Jackie seen here on set. Photo: Ian Gilmour
David Argue in one of three roles he plays in Going Down. This is 'Trixie' star at Les Girls.
From left; Peta Lawson (Art Director) Lloyd Carrick (Sound Recordist), Peter Gailey (Gaffer) & Chris 'Sproing' Goldsmith (Boom Swinger) in Kings Cross, checking the set up for a car chase to the airport which concludes the film.
Esben Storm who plays Michael seen here at 'The Settlement' legendary community music venue in Redfern. It's here that he steals the proceeds of an Aboriginal land rights dance.
Assistant Director Chris Maudson in the Show Biz Bar after work. Photo: Ian Gilmour
Craigend St. in Kings Cross where the main set for the film was and the hill down which David Argue roller skated at 4 iun the morning. Photo: Ian Gilmour
The gorgeous Verra Plevnic who's death is still felt. She was much loved, touched so many people and was a great actress. Here seen with photographer Ian Gilmour in the reflection waiting to shoot a chase to the airport which concludes the film. Photo: Ian Gilmour