”We came to wreck everything and ruin your life,” announces a skinhead at a wealthy man’s door. Geoffrey Wright’s evocatively crafted portrayal of neo-Nazi culture in Australia, where xenophobic skinheads are at war with the ”gooks,” is both socially terrifying and cinematically mesmerizing. The question then arises: Is Romper Stomper on some level a glorification of neo-Nazism? C+
Romper Stomper ''We came to wreck everything and ruin your life,'' announces a skinhead at a wealthy man's door. Geoffrey Wright's evocatively crafted portrayal of neo...Romper StomperMystery and Thriller, DramaGeoffrey WrightPT93MUnrated ''We came to wreck everything and ruin your life,'' announces a skinhead at a wealthy man's door. Geoffrey Wright's evocatively crafted portrayal of neo...1994-02-11
Genre: Mystery and Thriller, Drama; Starring: Russell Crowe, Jacqueline Mckenzie; Director: Geoffrey Wright; Author: Geoffrey Wright; Runtime (in minutes): 93; MPAA Rating: Unrated
Posted February 11 1994 — 12:00 AM EST
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