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  1. #1 "HAWKE" Screening on Channel 10 soon 
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    "HAWKE", the Bob Hawke bio-drama-telemovie is airing on Channel Ten soon.

    Shot by Graeme Wood on our RED ONEs with Cooke S4/i primes.

    Flash-based extremely low quality teaser is HERE.
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    best pm ever! looks awesome
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    Fantastic! I'll watch out for it in Sydney.

    Wonder what he thinks about what happened today...

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    Just watched the trailer. Looks freaking amazing!
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    I saw the clip on TV earlier this week, images looked great! But seriously, I initially thought 'Hawke' was a skit for a comedy show when I first saw it, especially the part when the overly-dramatic Hollywood blockbuster soundtrack paused and the actor who played 'Paul Keating' said in hushed overly-dramatic tones:
    "You will pick a date... and you will stand down..."
    ...and then a big Carmina Burana-style apocalyptic choir roars in with an even bigger Hollywood blockbuster soundtrack. I almost expected the walls to crumble down and an epic John Woo gun battle to break out between Keating and Hawke at that point.

    I look forward to watching it though, hoping the actual tone of the movie is different from what's portrayed in the trailer. One of my all-time favourite Australian movies was The Dish in which Graeme Wood was the DoP.
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    The trailer is designed, i think, to bring in audiences who aren't directly interested in the history and rather would like to watch something really dramatic.

    Fortunately the show itself is a fair bit less OTT than that.
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    Hi Cail, I'm looking forward to seeing Hawke, he was a great PM. At least in the early days. Trailer looks great.
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    Trailer looks good, good luck I'll be watching,


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    HAWKE screens this Sunday at 8:30 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cail Young View Post
    HAWKE screens this Sunday at 8:30 PM.
    'Hawke' is replacing 'the Good wife.' History repeating itself.
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