Centre Place

(2012)
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Centre Place is a sophisticated romantic drama featuring Melbourne's style, fashion and culture. Set in the very European boutiques, cafes and bars of Melbourne's inner lane-ways the film focuses on the highs and lows of aspiring artist Lizzie Baxter. Lizzie is a lost soul living in denial. At 28, she would prefer to stay in a shallow relationship than take charge of her own life. This is Lizzie's unique story but also the story of an entire generation; living in limbo and not ready to grow up.

  1. Ben Shackleford

    Director

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  1. Julia Markovski

  2. Sullivan Stapleton

    Sullivan Stapleton

  3. Alison Whyte

  4. John Waters

    John Waters

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Status Released

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  • February 14, 2012
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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