This is a very low budget film. It does have charm and an insane plot going for it, but it’s so, so awkward.
A million kudos for casting Noeline Bourke (Jude Kuring) from Prisoner: Cell Block H, my favourite soap ever. (And all the other actors from that series.) Well. The only soap worth watching. When I get elder, I’m going to watch all 692 episodes all over again.
You can see how much fun everybody had making it, and I really enjoyed watching it, but it’s… not… whatchamacall it… good.
The Joan Ferguson bits are awesome.
Prisoner Queen. Timothy Spanos. 2003. Australia.
- 2 parts vodka
- 2 parts rum
- 2 parts tequila
- 2 parts gin
- 2 parts blue curacao
- 1 part lime juice
- 1 part lemon juice
- 1 part simple syrup
- 4 parts lemonade
Pour into ice filled glass and stir.
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