The Castle - 9/10: A film about relatively poor Australians living in an area that an Airport wants to buy out to expand operations. The film follows the family from their day to day life, to interactions with neighbours to court proceedings and it's outcome. It probably doesn't sound like all that much, but like Dundee, the charm lies in who these people are, and the film is written with Larrikinism in mind.
I don't much know how to explain this style of Australian comedy outside of saying they're Larrikin's, and it has my 'piss funny' recommendation.
[Spoiler] Loved the scene where the Lebanese man in the neighbourhood speaks with the main character: "Real estate man come to my house, he say, 'plane fly over house, drop value.' I say me no care, in Lebanon, plane fly over house, drop bomb!" Written prior to 9/11, at a long forgotten time where Arab/Terrorist sensitivities weren't what they are today.
'Loneliness does not come from having no people about one, but from being unable to communicate the things that seem important to oneself, or from holding certain views which others find inadmissible.'
C. G. Jung
'I began the revolution with eighty-two men. If I had to do it again, I could do it with ten or fifteen and absolute faith. It does not matter how small you are if you have faith and plan of action.'