Everynight... Everynight

Everynight... Everynight

Is an Australian drama film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and released in 1994. Based on a play of the same name, written by Ray Mooney, the film details the early life of contract killer Christopher Dale Flannery and is set inside Melbourne's HM Prison Pentridge's maximum security H Division.[1] Filming was undertaken at HM Prison Geelong. Dale, a remandee, is awaiting a court hearing and yet to be sentenced, highlighting the horrific injustice of the repeated beatings he's subjected to. Gradually Dale becomes indifferent to the bashings and horrors of prison life and develops an alternative, subversive way to exist and express his rage. As Dale walks defiantly from the prison in the last scene to be tried, the failure of the correctional system to produce docile, disciplined bodies pulls its last punch. Even if the system has enframed Dale he has maintained his sanity and his voice.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:92 minutes
  • Release:1995
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:based on play,   prison,  

Is an Australian drama film directed by Alkinos Tsilimidos and released in 1994. Based on a play of the same name, written by Ray Mooney, the film details the early life of contract killer Christopher Dale Flannery and is set inside Melbourne's HM Prison Pentridge's maximum security H Division.[1] Filming was undertaken at HM Prison Geelong. Dale, a remandee, is awaiting a court hearing and yet to be sentenced, highlighting the horrific injustice of the repeated beatings he's subjected to. Gradually Dale becomes indifferent to the bashings and horrors of prison life and develops an alternative, subversive way to exist and express his rage. As Dale walks defiantly from the prison in the last scene to be tried, the failure of the correctional system to produce docile, disciplined bodies pulls its last punch. Even if the system has enframed Dale he has maintained his sanity and his voice. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Vinayak G (ag) wrote: The movie lacks sense. There are many questions which need to be answered. Most important - Why did the fakes involve real CBI at all? The entire movie was meant to fool the audience. Unnecessarily stretched.

Mark P (mx) wrote: A small gem. Some will find it too slow. Too bad. The use of silence. The unstated intensity. The subtle and effective acting. All part of a very powerfully drawn drama that never panders to the audience. A first rate, intelligent, and memorable film.

thomas m (us) wrote: For some reason found the beginning to be better than expected, the middle to be alright and the end to be well - pretty bad ... overblown, wrap everything up in a big and clean way bad .. lowering the tone

Alex K (nl) wrote: I first became aware of Gunner Palace through the incredible documentary This Film Is Not Yet Rated, which exposed the battle Michael Tucker had to engage in to "save" his film from an R rating over naughty language. In what proved to be a completely uncharacteristic turn for the MPAA, they repealed the rating and granted Gunner Palace a PG-13, deciding that the language was necessary for the film to serve its purpose of portraying the real lives of these soldiers. It was a righteous cause for Tucker to engage in a fight for. He felt so strongly that his film was a realistic portrayal of the life of soldiers in Iraq, that it needed to be seen by a wider audience so they could better understand the troops fighting the war that America was engaged in. I agree whole-heartedly. Tucker's film is a pretty incredible portrait of the 400 soldiers of occupy Gunner Palace and perform their missions out of it. What's more, Tucker's contrast in the film between Rumsfeld addresses which summarize what the media was saying about the troops, with what was actually happening at the time, serve as illuminating looks into the realities of overseas combat. We should already know that what they're telling us is almost never the truth, and Tucker shows us. Perhaps most admirably of all, depending on your view of all this, Tucker does it without a significant political slant. There's an air about the film condemning the deception of the media in portraying the battles and struggles of the troops, but there's no vehement anti-Iraq war message or preachy peace talk... everything we're told and made to understand about the conflict in Iraq is through the soldiers voices and contextualized through their struggle. All of these, you would think, would add up to a five star expose of troop life that cuts right to the issue of modern combat... but it's not really. Gunner Palace ends up being good, but not outstanding. Everything feels too out of context. We are completely immersed in the life of the troops overseas, but we never get a true sense of their lives before or after, and we miss the human element. Tucker does a good job of portraying the soldiers, but he doesn't really bother to show us how these men and women function as soldiers and American citizens. So we're left with a different commentary on the war from the perspective of the people fighting it, a necessary journalistic investigation, but one that is absent of any sort of conclusion or identification to the viewers, unless they happen to be soldiers, preferrably ones who fought in the same area. It's more of a reflection on a trip than a cohesive essay film, and so we get a good sense of what the journey was like, but not how it effected anything. Gunner Palace seems to make no effort to avoid trivializing itself, and missed potential becomes its biggest shame.

Tyler H (kr) wrote: Redneck Art House, the perfect way to describe this film. It's got an excellent script, great acting, a really good soundtrack, and I loved the setting too. Billy Bob Thorton and Lisa Blount's performances were fantastic. 4/5

Ally H (mx) wrote: I've never had a film make so absolutely hungry as this film did. I finished watching it and immediately started cooking.

Jeff B (ru) wrote: So bad I couldn't watch but the first 30 minutes of it.

Darren P (ag) wrote: An occasionally funny and smart film, ruined by the fact it is mostly a twisted pornography - a very poorly made and disgusting pornography. This is NOT a good movie.

Caitlin L (fr) wrote: It had its moments. Overall was not good. Very disappointing.

Daniel B (es) wrote: Ridley Scott has definitely seen this

Timothy J (au) wrote: A little more of an Errol Flynn fan. This Tyrone Power 1930's Pirate movie holds its own.