The violent Hando of Russell Crowe from the cult movie, which was most often compared to the brutal Brett Sprague (The Boys
), nonetheless caught up with David after a
quarter of a century. Australian director and screenwriter Geoffrey Wright, the creator of "Romper Stomper",
took him out to his team
which is filming the television sequel of the controversial but talented picture of 1992 about a gang of skinheads ignominiously
ruining themselves in the stone jungles of Melbourne.
25 years later, the overthrown into the underworld demon broke free again. The planet is shivering with the fascist fever,
which is spread not only from the dirty dens, but from the respectable offices, by the crowds of nameless Nazis and glamorous media
characters. The world balances on the edge of a razor again, choking with hatred and blood.
Is it worth to hide your head in the sand and ignore this fact or must we ruthlessly expose social ulcers, at the risk of
encountering ambiguous resonance? What role in this hard mix will play the TV mini-series with such a defiant content? Only time
In the meantime, viewers have to wonder how the remaining members of Hando's gang and his own child, hardly not
killed before birth by his dad, used their own lives.
The son of Hando and Gabe, young Kane, the new generation of skinheads, is now experiencing father's paths, fighting
for leadership in the neo-Nazi organization. A right-wing shock jock of David provides accompaniment for the violent activity of the
skinheads. Nobody will ask for more. All the rest is dialectics.
David Wenham ... Jago