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Jeff, 14, is on a huge Australian beach trying to integrate with others but everything seems strange to him, he looking for his feet again and again amidst this rapidly growing world. There is a 200-ton blue whale is washed amid wonder and anticipation from Jeff, who never imagined he would see anything of this magnitude and wonder.
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ABC Radio (Australia)
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January 18, 2018

There's a hell of a lot of stuff, everywhere, all the time, and the sheer energy of it all is contagious, propulsive, and fun ... the colourful direction, performances and design make for an engaging and relentlessly entertaining ninety-six minutes.
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News.com.au
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January 17, 2018

It's just such a shame Swinging Safari is so shambolic and nowhere near as funny as it thinks it is
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The Australian
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January 26, 2018

This is a movie that had an immediate effect on me and my co-viewer. We talked about it for hours. It's still on my mind.
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Urban Cinefile
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January 15, 2018

Prawn heads in hubcaps, spin-the-vase and a rotting beached whale are some of the ingredients of Steph Elliott's semi-autobiographical film: a rowdy, crude and playful parody that takes an affectionate look at life in 70s Australia.
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Sydney Morning Herald
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January 19, 2018

The trouble starts when things get half-serious. The half bit is the problem.
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Film Inquiry
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January 17, 2018

An established cast, a talented technical crew who've clearly done alot of work and a decent budget have formed together to create a potential comedy classic that's completely dismantled over the flaw of being fundamentally incomprehensible.
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Variety
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December 19, 2017

As he did so winningly in "Priscilla" and 1997's unfairly overlooked outback comedy "Welcome to Woop Woop," Elliott celebrates Australian identity with genuine love while simultaneously roasting it over the coals of no-holds-barred satire and parody.
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Adelaide Review
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January 18, 2018

While there's plenty here to enjoy it's also so loud, fast and eye-wateringly garish that you'll probably need a Bex and a good lie down afterwards.
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Concrete Playground
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January 22, 2018

A movie that can't stuff its frames with enough raucous one-liners, polyester jumpsuits or instances of a woman urinating on a jellyfish-stung child.
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Junkee
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March 14, 2018

It's vulgar and absurdly over-the-top. It's also really funny and a surprisingly refreshing summer tonic during Oscar season...
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Hollywood Reporter
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February 22, 2018

Elliott whizzes from montage to sight gag to flashbacks and flash-forwards, skittering sideways for frequent discursions about the family pets, or a disastrous incident with a beach umbrella.
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3AW
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February 13, 2018

Unlike most Australian comedy films, which can barely sustain one viewing, Surfing Safari definitely holds up to a second helping, if for no other reason than to relish the period detail embedded into each frame, right down to the exploding pyjamas.
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