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Starring Xavier Samuel, Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, Shane Jacobson, Ryan Corr, Deborah Mailman, Jeremy Sims, Lynette Curran, Darren Gilshenan and Sacha Horler. Directed by Mark Lamprell.

David, Tom and Graham must transport their mate’s coffin back to London after a forced plane landing strands them in the middle of the Australian bush.
SPIN OUT (2016)
Starring Xavier Samuel, Morgan Griffin, Travis Jeffrey and Lincoln Lewis. Directed by Tim Ferguson and Marc Gracie.

Two long-time friends, Billy and Lucy, are both in denial over their inescapable love for each other. But as change beckons, they must confront their feelings amidst the backdrop of their towns annual Ute Muster and party... or go their separate ways. Spin Out will make you laugh, cry and definitely cheer, with some of the most electrifying Ute ‘circle work’ action ever captured on-screen.
Starring Kate Beckinsale, Xavier Samuel, Morfydd Clark, Emma Greenwell, Tom Bennett, James Fleet, Jemma Redgrave, Justin Edwards, Stephen Fry and Chloë Sevigny. Directed by Whit Stillman.

Set in the 1790s, 'Love & Friendship' follows the deliciously scheming and manipulative Lady Susan Vernon. Aided and abetted by her loyal friend Alicia Johnson, Lady Susan is on a mission to find a husband for herself and her long-suffering daughter Frederica. But two young men, the handsome Reginald DeCourcy and wealthy Sir James Martin, severely complicate their plans.
FURY (2014)
Starring Brad Pitt, Shia Lebeouf, Scott Eastwood, Logan Lerman, Xavier Samuel and Michael Peña. Directed by David Ayer.

A five-man tank crew lock in battle against a desperate German army in the waning days of WW2.
HEALING (2014)
Starring Hugo Weaving, Don Hany, Xavier Samuel, Jane Menelaus, Anthony Hayes, Mark Leonard Winter, Robert Taylor, Justine Clarke, Laura Brent and Tony Martin. Directed by Craig Monahan.

Viktor Khadem has spent 16 years in prison and has almost given up on life. For his final 18 months, he is sentenced to Won Wron, a low-security, pre-release prison farm, where Senior Officer Matt Perry has established a unique program to rehabilitate broken men by giving them the responsibility for the rehabilitation of injured raptors – beautiful, fearsome proud eagles, falcons and owls. Against all odds, Matt takes on Viktor as his number one test case, introducing him to Yasmine, a majestic Wedge-tailed Eagle. If these two can tame each other, anything is possible.
Starring Naomi Watts, Robin Wright, Xavier Samuel, James Frecheville, Ben Mendelsohn, Sophie Lowe, Gary Sweet, Jessica Tovey, Alyson Standen and Dane Eade. Directed by Anne Fontaine.

A gripping tale of love, lust and the power of friendship that charts the unconventional and passionate affairs embarked on by two lifelong friends. This beautiful and heart-wrenching story follows Lil and Roz, who fall in love with each other's teenaged sons. Afraid of facing the ire and judgment of their insular seaside community, the two affairs continue over the years in secret, until their discovery threatens to tear apart the new lives and families of the young men, who must eventually choose between following a well-worn path, or following their true desires.

REVIEWS Adoration - Mum's the word

BAIT (2012)
Starring Sharni Vinson, Phoebe Tonkin, Julian McMahon, Xavier Samuel, Cariba Heine, Alex Russell, Lincoln Lewis, Alice Parkinson and Qi Yuwu. Directed by Kimble Rendall.

REVIEWS Bait - Shark in a supermarket - need I say more?

Starring Rebel Wilson, Xavier Samuel, Olivia Newton-John, Kris Marshall, Kevin Bishop, Laura Brent, Tim Draxl, Solveig Walking, Elizabeth Debicki and Jonathan Biggins. Directed by Stephan Elliott.

REVIEWS A Few Best Men - Should it have been left at the altar?
A Few Best Men - A trip down the aisle

2:37 (2006)
Starring Teresa Palmer, Frank Sweet, Joel Mackenzie, Clementine Mellor, Charles Baird, Marni Spillane, Sarah Hudson, Xavier Samuel, Daniel Whyte and Peta Shannon. Directed by Murali K. Thalluri.

At 2:37, someone commits suicide in the school lavatory. The day is told up to that point from the viewpoint of six different students.
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