Starring Marty Denniss, Hugh Jackman, Andrew Wholley, Aaron Blabey, Joel Edgerton and Leah Vandenberg, "Erskineville Kings" is a Drama film directed by Alan White, released on February 25 of 2002 in the USA.
Who directed "Erskineville Kings":
Erskineville Kings was directed by Alan White, a director, producer, actor, and writer.
After making Erskineville Kings, Alan White directed Broken, released in 2006.
What was the release date of "Erskineville Kings":
Erskineville Kings was first released in the United States on Monday, February 25, 2002. Also released on Monday, February 25, 2002 have been Hatred of a Minute (dir. Michael Kallio), Juana la Loca (dir. Vicente Aranda), and We Were Soldiers. This was seventeen (17) years ago.
It has been released on Thursday, September 23, 1999 in Australia.
What is the cast of "Erskineville Kings":
At the casting of Erskineville Kings we find Marty Denniss, Hugh Jackman (Paperback Hero (1999)), Andrew Wholley (Dirty Deeds (2002)) [ more... ]
What is the Storyline of "Erskineville Kings":
The film deals with the story of two brothers. Barky, played by Marty Denniss, is 25 years old and returning to Sydney after two years of living in the northern sugar cane growing areas. He has returned home to attend the funeral of his father. The film begins with Barky's arrival at Central station at dawn, seeking the whereabouts of his brother, Wace. We learn from flashbacks that he left home two years ago to escape the clutches of his father's violent rages. Wace, the older brother, is not too happy [...]
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