3 Acts of Murder

3 Acts of Murder

In 1928 Arthur Upfield, Australia’s premier crime writer, plotted the perfect murder for his novel The Sands of Windee. Meanwhile, one of his friends, stockman Snowy Rowles, put the scheme into deadly effect, even before the book was published. This true story resulted in one of Australia’s most sensational murder trials of the 1930’s and catapulted Upfield’s name onto the world stage.

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Angelica W (es) wrote: i actually really enjoyed this movie. i love the history of camelot and king author. i found this to be a cute spin on it. its a cute and fun kids movie. the actors all give good performances that really give the movie its depth.

Firmand M (br) wrote: watever, just coriuos by the title.. heuheeu

Jamey M (mx) wrote: Funny with a great cast. Currently on Showtime.

Sami N (au) wrote: Hyvi ideoita ja hetki, mutta kokonaisuus ei vaan toimi. Sli.

Paul S (fr) wrote: [FONT=Times New Roman][SIZE=7][COLOR=Black][B] :down: :down: This movie was dreadful. Which is sad to say considering Tilda Swinton is such a fabulous actor. I just don't what she was thinking when she accepted this role. EEEK!

Lisa Michelle A (jp) wrote: This is one of my favourite films from when i was younger. I love Paulie the parrot!!! He is so funny and so adorable!!! The things that he gets upto in this film and all the adventures that he goes on to get back to owner. It's quite a sad film too throughout, but a truly great one as well. I hope to own the DVD someday.

Pito R (de) wrote: Great thriller noir, awesome ending.

Joaquin G (de) wrote: Para mi es regular, ya que para ser de 1998. la pelcula esta bien lograda y a mi me en canto la parte en la que Goodzilla resulta estar vivo

Nicole i (de) wrote: I loved this! It was my kinda movie since I'm interested in anything that has to do with the '60s and '70s. I think Kiefer Sutherland was great. Peace, man, peace.

Tony B (it) wrote: It was an okay story with a very bland execution.

Alex H (gb) wrote: Reichardt's unbearable head-scratcher Meek's Cutoff intrigued me enough to check out her catalog, and I'm glad I didn't write her off. The minimalist, realist (almost social realist), girl-and-her-dog drama Wendy and Lucy is just wonderful. It's the polar opposite of Meek's Cutoff, in that it has characters and conversations and nice cinematography and comprehensible sound design and a story and all those things that make movies enjoyable and meaningful. Wendy and Lucy is quiet and powerful and quietly powerful and highly recommendable. It's the sort of independent drama that puts Hollywood schlock to shame, as opposed to the sort of indie movie that shames indie movies at large.