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Nationalité Australie

Lisa Flanagan is an Australian actress who is best known for her roles in the movies Australian Rules and Look Both Ways and the television series Double Trouble. She has also appeared in guest roles on such television series as All Saints and Redfern Now.

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Anthony Maras
Anthony Maras
(1 films)
Roy Billing
Roy Billing
(2 films)
Sarah Watt
Sarah Watt
(1 films)
Nicole Kidman
Nicole Kidman
(1 films)
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Filmographie de Lisa Flanagan (6 films)

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Strangerland
Origine Australie
Genres Drame, Thriller
Thèmes L'enfance
Acteurs Nicole Kidman, Joseph Fiennes, Hugo Weaving, Guy Pearce, Lisa Flanagan, Maddison Brown
Rôle Coreen
Note52% 2.6022.6022.6022.6022.602
Dans une petite ville de l'Outback australien, la famille Parker tente de démarrer une nouvelle vie. Mais personne n'est vraiment satisfait de ce déménagement. Tandis que Matthew passe la plupart de son temps au travail, Catherine doit gérer seule leurs deux adolescents rebelles, Lily et Tom. Lors d'une tempête de sable, un soir, les deux enfants disparaissent sans laisser de traces. La vie de famille s'en voit chamboulée. Les parents reçoivent l'aide du policier David et de quelques habitants du voisinage. Mais leurs tentatives de recherche sous un soleil de plomb transforment l'atmosphère. Bientôt, des rumeurs circulent au sujet de la famille Parker. Et l'espoir de retrouver les deux enfants en vie diminue de jour en jour.
September
September (2007)
, 1h25
Genres Drame
Acteurs Xavier Samuel, Lisa Flanagan, Mia Wasikowska, Anton Tennet, Tara Morice, Morgan Griffin
Rôle Leena Parker
Note63% 3.1964153.1964153.1964153.1964153.196415
En 1968 en Australie, Ed, un blanc, (Xavier Samuel) et Paddy,un noir, (Clarence John Ryan) sont les meilleurs amis du monde. Tandis qu'Ed va à l'école, Paddy travaille avec son père Michael (Kelton Pell), sans salaire, à la ferme du père d'Ed, Rick (Kieran Darcy-Smith). Ed et Paddy passent leurs après-midi ensemble en riant, lisant, fumant et en établissant leur propre ring de boxe. Leurs deux familles maintiennent une amitié tout en s'attaquant aux frontières sociales et raciales. Une nouvelle fille, Amelia (Mia Wasikowska) entre dans le voisinage, devenant de plus en plus le centre de l'attention d'Ed. En même temps, quand des fermiers blancs sont finalement forcés à verser des salaires aux ouvriers noirs, l'amitié entre Michael et Rick est déchu comme pour Ed et Paddy qui rêvaient pourtant d'être les rois du ring.
Spike Up
Spike Up (2007)

Réalisé par Anthony Maras
Acteurs Marcus Graham, Roy Billing, Lisa Flanagan
Note65% 3.288743.288743.288743.288743.28874
Policeman Steve Barker hopes to reunite with Tolly Manditis, a former protégé who has risen to become a star undercover officer, only to find Manditis is a habitual drug user.
Look Both Ways, 1h40
Réalisé par Sarah Watt
Genres Drame, Romance
Thèmes La mer, Transport
Acteurs William McInnes, Justine Clarke, Anthony Hayes, Lisa Flanagan, Andrew Gilbert, Maggie Dence
Rôle Anna
Note69% 3.495583.495583.495583.495583.49558
The film charts the stories of several people over a hot summer weekend in Adelaide. Photojournalist Nick (William McInnes) discovers he has testicular cancer that has spread to his lungs. On his way home he goes to the site of a train accident to report on it, and meets Meryl (Justine Clarke) an emotionally vulnerable artist, who has witnessed a man get run over by a train. Over the course of the weekend, their relationship develops sexually as another chance encounter allows them to discover more about each other; the two gradually allow themselves to let go of their fears and form a meaningful relationship.
Australian Rules, 1h35
Genres Drame
Thèmes La mer, Sport, Transport
Acteurs Nathan Phillips, Luke Carroll, Lisa Flanagan, Simon Westaway, Kevin Harrington, Celia Ireland
Rôle Clarence
Note66% 3.343743.343743.343743.343743.34374
In the isolated and fictional South Australian fishing town of Prospect Bay, the only thing that connects the black and white communities is football. Gary "Blacky" Black (Nathan Phillips) and Dumby Red (Luke Carroll) are an exception; teenage best friends from different sides of the tracks. Dumby is the star of the football team and likely to become the next big Aboriginal star in the big leagues. Gary is the bookish son of hard-drinking and brutal white fisherman Bob Black (Simon Westaway). He is attracted to Dumby's beautiful sister, Clarence (Lisa Flanagan). Blacky's supportive mother helps him become a better player as he is chosen to be the ruckman in the teams upcoming grand final. Blacky has to overcome thumper, the star player for the opposition. When gameday arrives Blacky at first struggles to make an impact on the game but Dumby inspires the team kicking several goals. When Dumby gets a mark near goals with the scores tied he hands it off to a team mate instead of taking the shot. The player kicks a point and blacky has to run into thumper to stop him from kicking the winning goal. Their team wins the premiership, but Dumby and Blackys elation is short-lived. Dumby is passed over for the best-on-ground medal for the coach's son Simon Robertson. Dumby is disgusted and angered by the obvious racially motivated decision.
Black and White, 1h39
Genres Drame, Historique
Thèmes La mer, Transport
Acteurs Robert Carlyle, Charles Dance, Kerry Fox, David Ngoombujarra, Colin Friels, Ben Mendelsohn
Note66% 3.3443253.3443253.3443253.3443253.344325
Based on real events, it tells the story of Max Stuart (Ngoombujarra), a young aboriginal man who was sentenced to death after being found guilty of the murder of a nine-year-old girl on what was considered questionable evidence. It follows the fight by his lawyers David O'Sullivan (Carlyle) and Helen Devaney (Fox) to save Stuart from execution, as well as Crown Prosecutor, Roderic Chamberlain's (Dance) efforts to convict Stuart. Rohan Rivett editor of an Adelaide paper, The News, and its publisher, Rupert Murdoch (Ben Mendelsohn) also feature as leading the public response in the campaign to save Stuart.