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Elissa Down est un Réalisateur et Auteur né le 2 juillet 1975

Elissa Down

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Naissance 2 juillet 1975 (47 ans)

Elissa Down (née le 2 juillet 1975 à Camden) est une réalisatrice et scénariste australienne.

Biographie

Elle reçoit l'AFI Award du meilleur réalisateur et du meilleur scénario original en 2008 pour The Black Balloon.

Le plus souvent avec

Toni Collette
Toni Collette
(1 films)
Firass Dirani
Firass Dirani
(1 films)
Gemma Ward
Gemma Ward
(1 films)
Erik Thomson
Erik Thomson
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Elissa Down (1 films)

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Réalisateur

The Black Balloon, 1h37
Réalisé par Elissa Down
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Maladie, La mer, Transport, Folie, Le handicap, L'autisme
Acteurs Rhys Wakefield, Luke Ford, Toni Collette, Erik Thomson, Gemma Ward, Firass Dirani
Note71% 3.597643.597643.597643.597643.59764
Fifteen-year-old Thomas Mollison (Rhys Wakefield) and his family move to a new home in the early 1990s. It begins with Charlie, his autistic brother banging a wooden spoon on the grass with neighbors staring and pointing, then it cuts to the house where there are locks on the drawers and Maggie, their mother, locking star shaped stickers in her bathroom cabinet. Thomas is anxious because he has to start at a new school, and make new friends - all he wants is to do is fit in and be regarded in the same way as everyone else. However, it seems he struggles to achieve this goal. Although his family appears to be a fairly happy one, Thomas often feels isolated; it seems as if his mother only dotes upon his brother, Charlie (Luke Ford), and does not pay any attention to him. Thomas, however, is devoted to his brother and shows affection for him. Charlie is Thomas's older brother who lives with autism, as well as Attention Deficit Disorder. Charlie enjoys dressing up like a monkey, playing computer games using a Commodore 64 and receiving gold stars for good behaviour. Charlie communicates with the rest of his family by using Sign Language.

Scénariste

The Black Balloon, 1h37
Réalisé par Elissa Down
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes Maladie, La mer, Transport, Folie, Le handicap, L'autisme
Acteurs Rhys Wakefield, Luke Ford, Toni Collette, Erik Thomson, Gemma Ward, Firass Dirani
Rôle Ecrivain
Note71% 3.597643.597643.597643.597643.59764
Fifteen-year-old Thomas Mollison (Rhys Wakefield) and his family move to a new home in the early 1990s. It begins with Charlie, his autistic brother banging a wooden spoon on the grass with neighbors staring and pointing, then it cuts to the house where there are locks on the drawers and Maggie, their mother, locking star shaped stickers in her bathroom cabinet. Thomas is anxious because he has to start at a new school, and make new friends - all he wants is to do is fit in and be regarded in the same way as everyone else. However, it seems he struggles to achieve this goal. Although his family appears to be a fairly happy one, Thomas often feels isolated; it seems as if his mother only dotes upon his brother, Charlie (Luke Ford), and does not pay any attention to him. Thomas, however, is devoted to his brother and shows affection for him. Charlie is Thomas's older brother who lives with autism, as well as Attention Deficit Disorder. Charlie enjoys dressing up like a monkey, playing computer games using a Commodore 64 and receiving gold stars for good behaviour. Charlie communicates with the rest of his family by using Sign Language.