The Last Wave [La Dernière Vague] (1977) - Peter WEIR

(Thriller) The Last Wave [DVDrip] 1977 BivX + Bonus

RIP+UP | XviD-1265 | mp3@192 | 704x368 | 2 Audio Tracks English_1 French_2 (French idx/sub in file) | 1h41 | 1.2 Gb

Australia 1977
Director Peter WEIR

Cast/Avec Chamberlain Richard, Hamnett Olivia, Gulpilil David, Parslow Frederick

For the Frenchies -->ère_Vague

The film opens with a montage of scenes of daily life in Australia in the 1970s: a rural school in the desert, the main street of an outback town, a traffic jam in the city, all being affected by unusually adverse weather conditions that suddenly appear. Only the local Aboriginals seem to recognize the cosmological significance of these weather phenomena. During one of these "freak rainstorms" in Sydney, an altercation occurs among a group of Aboriginals in a pub, which results in the mysterious death of one of them. At the coroner's inquest, the unexplained death is ruled a homicide and four men are accused of murder. Through the Australian Legal Aid system, a lawyer is procured for their defence. The circumstances by which he was contacted and retained are unusual, in that his law practice is corporate taxation and not criminal. He nonetheless takes on the case, and immediately his professional and personal life begin to unwind.


Screenshots with MPC

Bonus 40 000 Years of dreaming 1997 : Docu about Australian cinema by George MILLER (English+French subbed/700 Mb/67 min)
No Pass


guyfawkes said...

So, in 1977 Peter Weir was already worried about Global Warming! Fantastic share, as usual, Galmuchet. Thanks a lot!

Jan Stefan said...

I couldn't get it to unpack, part 9 is corrupt

galmuchet said...

Absolutely no pb with this part | 104500 KB

Redownload with another navigator (IE, Firefox, Opera ...) or use a recent WinRar version



Thanks for your efforts. However, the 40.000 film does not have the eng audio, nor the subtitles. It's French dubbed plus French subtitles. Could you confirm that it does have Eng sound and subtitles? Thanks again...

galmuchet said...

I don't know what to say I didn't have this archive anymore and from all the dowwnloaders you're the only one to describe this "problem" I suppose you're right but I can't check or help you right now ...sorry.
I only can see from the screen it's french dubbed (but I'm sure there was no english subs for this part on the DVD)

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