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"The wild, untold story of OZploitation!"
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Not Quite Hollywood is a 2008 documentary that covers an era of Australian film history known as Ozploitation. Many of the films covered in the documentary found mainstream success in Hollywood and were usually edgy films that took advantage of the R rating to the greatest degree. The time period covered in the documentary revolves around the era in Australian film history, the 1970's until around 1990, where the R rating was introduced to Australian films, which allowed the various film makers to take full advantage of adult themes aimed at an older audience.

The films analyzed in the documentary usually include similar aspects of various types of exploitation films, such as high violence and sex, and were always done with a bit of an Australian flair.

The documentary also analyzes the impact that Ozploitation films had on the movie industry and how modern day film makers from all around the world use these films as inspiration.

Not Quite Hollywood is an Comedy, Documentary movie that was released in 2008 and has a run time of 1 hr 43 min. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 7.7 and a MetaScore of 76.

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| 2008 | 1 hr 43 min | 7.7/10 | 76/100
Phillip Adams, Glory Annen, Christine Amor, Victoria Anoux
Mark Hartley
Produced By
Craig Griffin Michael Lynch