DALLAS DOLL (1993) Director: Ann Turner. Cast: Sandra Bernhard, Victoria Longley, Frank Gallacher, Jake Blundell, Rose Byrne, Jonnie Leahy, Douglas Hedge, Melissa Thomas, Elaine Lee, Walter Sullivan, William Usic, Alethea McGrath, Roy Billing, John Frawley, Ken Senga, Kuni Hashimoto, Denis MacKay, Laura Bentley, Sally Cahill, Hannah O'Brien, John Hinde, Roseann McDonald, Eva Di Cesare, Margie McCrae, Phillip Adams, Margaret Throsby, Robert Lee, Luke Carroll, Alan Campbell, David Ngoombujarra, Bob Lovett, Yukari Tanimura, Yumiko Iwanaga, Celia Ireland, Claire Gow, Joan Baker, Tanya McMillan, Mary Lindsay. Rating: (M) Mature viewing.
March 25, 2022 Subject:
It may have started out as a good idea.
Dallas Adair (Sandra Bernhard) is an American consultant brought to Australia to advise on a new golf course project. Once she arrives to her boss's home she wreaks havoc by seduceing every member of the family.
Directed by Ann Turner who said in an interview, "essentially came from being part of and seeing how Australians really worship experts from overseas. I've done some writing workshops where that would happen. An American is brought out - and the willingness for Australians to accept with open arms whatever fraud comes out because they're American . . ."
This film is a product of its time (early 1990s) when studios were little more than a collection of offices and film makers had free reign. A lot of great films came out of this time, and a lot of films that look like they had too many cooks did also. This is the too many cooks/ spoiled broth ones.
Hello i am a army guy and i really don't know why they did nothing about it, it has a sex seen like i did that i would get into trouble or no allowed to post it and for
1. TO MUSH SEX
2. NOT GOOD FOR KIDS
3, REALLY INAPPROPRIATE
it was not to bad but to much SEX i liked it but im a bit disgusted from it im sorry but if you what to talk about it please email me on firstname.lastname@example.org
September 15, 2021 Subject:
Confusing genre, but entertaining.
This film overall is a bit bizarre and hard to categorize... It's part feel good hallmark movie, part Cinemax sex romp, part family drama, and (for no reason) 5% SciFi. Not exactly sure where the comedy is, unless Australians have a sense of humor that just doesn't register for this American. Not sure how they approved the budget for this film *shrugs* Overall the film is not that bad, just a bit dull however worth at least 1 viewing just to confirm it actually exists.