The Firm Man (1975)

04/09/1975 (AU) 1h 24m
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The strong silent type makes "The Firm Man"

Overview

Businessman Gerald Barker is invited to join a mysterious super corporation known as The Firm. His work in the organisation turns out to be of a unique and somewhat disturbing nature. But Gerald finds no comfort with his wife Melissa and friend Barry - his relationships with both collapse. In a surreal and strange fashion, Gerald eventually comes to understand what The Firm is about. Made on a tiny budget of $15,000 the film is a mix of naturalism and stylisation which the filmmaker hoped would work on 'a simple, surrealistic level'.

  1. John Duigan

    Director, Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Peter Cummins

    Gerald Baxter

  2. Eileen Chapman

    Melissa Baxter

  3. Bethany Lee

    Girl

  4. Peter Carmody

    Barry

  5. Diane Preston

    Christie

  6. Sarah Chapman

    Sally

  7. Merle Keenan

    Pub Lady

  8. John Preston

    Melissa's Lover

  9. Max Gillies

    Managing Director

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The Firm Man

Status Released

Original Language English

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