Bondi Tsunami

The first Japanese road movie in Australia follows the psychedelic adventures of four punked up Manga inspired Japanese characters; Shark, Yuto, Kimiko and Gunja Man as they travel up the east coast of Australia in a 1961 EK Holden. Inspired by the Japanese surfing subculture in Australia, "Bondi Tsunami" is a conceptual work born of the MTV world, where the zen of surfing, landscape, fashion and music video meet. At once a bizarre travelogue and a stylish, chillout music video motion picture experience, "Bondi Tsunami" is rich in vivid colour, with mesmirising cinematography and has been described as Kabuki meets MTV meets The Wizard of Oz meets Monkey Magic!

Year: 2004
Genre: Australian Film
Country: Australia
Director: Rachael Lucas
Starring: Taki Abe, Keita Abe, Miki Sasaki, Nobuhisa Ikeda
Duration: 90 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains low level offensive language.
Location in store: Australian Film



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