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Drama | Sport
Frame Rate:
23.976 fps
English 2.0  
Run Time:
86 min
IMDB Rating:
8.9 / 10 
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Directors: Tyson Wade Johnston [Director] ,

Movie Description:
A 15-year-old swimming prodigy self-destructs after his father is released from jail.


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Great True Portrayal of Australian teenage sport

Gritty movie showing a true side of Australian teenage turmoil in combining sport with life. Johnston drew from personal experience both being an Australian and his experience in competitive swimming as a teenager. Levi Miller portrayed the role beautifully and the cast showed a very accurate portrayal of Australian life for many. Loved it.

An amazing film.

Streamline is such an impressive and captivating film. Easily the best Australian film I've seen in years. This is a coming of age film about a young swimmer that defies all the cliches of the genre. Levi Miller's performance as Ben is amazing; so much is said with so few words and he never betrays the role. Ben leaps off the screen and my concern for his welfare left me holding my breath for most of the film. Jason Isaacs is Ben's estranged father whose release from prison prompts Ben's world to suddenly overwhelm him. The movie unfolds beautifully, with incredibly natural performances that anchor it firmly among the best Australian films. The photography is brilliantly understated, supporting and never distracting from the story. The sound is similarly masterfully used. Tyson Wade Johnston, the writer and director, is so effortlessly confident that it's almost incredible this is his feature debut. Highly recommended.


This movie was good, just not my cup of tea. If you are into sport movies or swimming then this will be a treat. I am thankful got subtitles or this movie would have been so hard to understand. Really, this is a movie about a kid who is really confused and selfish. Trying to figure life out, while trying to deal with all the adult drama in his life. I recommend if there is nothing better on to see.
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