What is the worst ad of all time? This year on the show, audiences will be able to nominate what they think is the worst ad of all time and whichever ad gets the most votes wins.
Hosted by Wil Anderson, with Todd Sampson and Russel Howcroft, The Gruen Transfer lifts the lid on the business of persuasion. It is fast, furious and funny. 'The Pitch' is back - as well as a new segment called the 'Worst Ad Ever'. Each week we play an ad that we think is one of the worst of all time. Viewers will get to vote online. At the end of the season we will announce which ad the audience voted Worst Ad Ever.
The Pitch portion of The Gruen Transfer. This one is selling the town 'Asbestos' as a tourist destination.
Wil Anderson returns after touring the world with his sell-out show Wilful Misconduct, appearing on Chelsea Lately on the E! network and tweeting his way to a Gold Logie nomination. Joining him will be regulars Todd Sampson, Russel Howcroft, Jane Caro, Matt Eastwood, Dan Gregory, Dee Madigan, Bridget Taylor, Bram Williams, Rowan Dean and Carolyn Miller.
Kate Woods directs this AFI-winning coming-of-age story where Pia Miranda stars as a high school girl growing up in a broken but loving home with Italian traditions who finds love and heartbreak in one of the most difficult years of her life. This dilemma leads to the discovery of her father's (Anthony LaPaglia) identity and a deeper understanding of her mother (Greta Scacchi). She comes to terms with her background and romantic interests.
John Barton reveals that his senator father expects him to study law at university and follow the family tradition of a life in politics. (Coarse language).
After muckup day, Josie and her friends discuss their futures while studying in the library. Josie storms out when one of those friends insists they can only ever hope to marry people from their own ethnic groups. (Coarse language).
Introduction of the movie shows the names of the main actors.and sets the scene
Set to a musical montage with LoTel's Teenager Of The Year, Josie takes her HSC exams, father helps her to study in his office, and her grandmother casts a spell.
Set to a musical montage with Hamish Cowan's With Or Without You, after attending John's funeral, Josie reads a letter where he reveals his desire to be free of everyone's expectations. (Coarse language).
Josie breaks a bully's nose with a text book and asks her estranged barrister father to help her deal with the school's response and girl's racist dad. (Coarse language).
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