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DVD

Crosstalk

Model:
DAVID4073
SKU:
472735
PLU: 9344256019623
Format - DVD
Genre - Thriller
Rating - M
Consumer Advice - Recommended for mature audiences
Release Date - 08/07/20

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Gary Day (DEATH WARMED UP, RAW DEAL) stars as Ed Ballinger, a computer engineer confined to a wheelchair. Under the iron fist of Robert Whitehead (Brian McDermott – THE PUNISHER, HOODWINK), Ed is developing a computer system like none before: the I-500, a break-through in computer science and the early stages of artificial intelligence.

Moving into a high-rise apartment to complete work on the I-500 project, Ed is convinced he’s witnessed the murder in a neighbouring building. Enter Ed Stollier (Australian cinema icon, John Ewart - RAZORBACK, FROG DREAMING), a calculating sadist with a predilection for S&M and dismemberment. Seeking answers from the rapidly advancing I-500, Ed starts to feel a disturbing force at play as technology and violence take over his life.

Originally released in 1982, CROSSTALK is a unique thriller of the Ozploitation canon. With obvious references to Alfred Hitchcock’s REAR WINDOW (1954) and stylish, retro-futuristic production design CROSSTALK sits apart from similar Australian productions of the era and features a suitably dark synthesizer score by Chris Neal (CELIA, FARSCAPE).

DirectorsMark Egerton
ActorsGary Day, John Ewart, Kim Deacon
Film GenreThriller
LabelUmbrella Entertainment
Running Time78
Aspect ratio1.33:1
Region Coding4
TV StandardPAL
RatingM
Consumer AdviceRecommended for mature audiences
Year of Release1982
Primary Format - Movies/TVDVD
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