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Christine Amor is a Actor Australienne born on 1952 at Brisbane (Australie)

Christine Amor

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Nationality Australie
Birth 1952 (72 years) at Brisbane (Australie)

Christine Amor, née en 1952 à Brisbane en Australie, est une actrice de télévision.


Elle joue dans des films télévisés : Alvin Purple (1973), Petersen (1974), Snapshot (1979). Elle joue le rôle de Felicity Carsondm dans la série dramatique Carson's Law en 1983-1984. En 2006, elle fait le rôle de Miss Chatam dans H2O (série télévisée).

Usually with

Tim Burstall
Tim Burstall
(3 films)
Wendy Hughes
Wendy Hughes
(4 films)
Brian Moll
Brian Moll
(3 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Christine Amor (10 films)

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Not Quite Hollywood, 1h43
Genres Comedy, Documentary
Themes Documentary films about business, Documentary films about the film industry, Documentary films about films
Actors Phillip Adams, Christine Amor, Steve Bisley, Glory Annen Clibbery, Jamie Blanks, Graeme Blundell
Roles Self
Rating75% 3.790993.790993.790993.790993.79099
Not Quite Hollywood documents the revival of Australian cinema during the Australian New Wave of the 1970s and '80s through B-movies including Alvin Purple, Barry McKenzie Holds His Own, Dead-End Drive In, Long Weekend, Mad Max, The Man from Hong Kong, Patrick, Razorback, Road Games, Stork and Turkey Shoot. From 1971 through to the late 1980s, Australian directors began to take advantage of the newly introduced R-rating which allowed more on-screen nudity, sex and violence for audiences restricted to age 18 and over. "Ozploitation"—writer-director Mark Hartley's own portmanteau of "Australian exploitation"—was a subgenre of the New Wave which accounted for the critically panned "gross-out comedies, sex romps, action and road movies, teen films, westerns, thrillers and horror films" of the era, commonly overlooked in Australia's "official film history". The film addresses three main categories of "Ozploitation" films: sex, horror and action.
Bloodmoon (1990)
, 1h40
Genres Thriller, Horror, Slasher
Actors Christine Amor, Brian Moll, Leon Lissek
Roles Virginia Sheffield
Rating45% 2.2743952.2743952.2743952.2743952.274395
A serial killer is at large in a catholic school, stalking the students and killing them.
Snapshot (1979)
, 1h32
Directed by Simon Wincer
Genres Thriller
Actors Sigrid Thornton, Chantal Contouri, Hugh Keays-Byrne, Denise Drysdale, Vincent Gil, Julia Blake
Roles Paula
Rating52% 2.611892.611892.611892.611892.61189
A young hairdresser, Angela, is lured into modelling by a bitchy model, Madeline, who talks her into stripping for a photo shoot. She starts to be stalked by a mysterious assailant. Her ex-boyfriend Daryl is possessive and creepy, Madeline's husband Elmer wants to photograph her naked and her mother robs her. In the end Elmer is burnt to death, Daryl is run down by his own Mr Whippy van, and Madeline turns out to be the driver. Angela leaves with her. All is well.
High Rolling, 1h29
Genres Comedy, Crime
Themes Buddy films
Actors Joseph Bottoms, Wendy Hughes, Gus Mercurio, Judy Davis, Roger Ward, Gil Tucker
Roles teenage girl
Rating57% 2.862462.862462.862462.862462.86246
Tex (Bottoms) is an American working at a carnival in Queensland. At the carnival he befriends a boxer, Alby (Taylor) and they decide to travel together to Surfers Paradise on the Gold Coast. They hitch a ride with Arnold (Clayton) but problems arise when Arnold makes unwanted advances towards Alby. Alby beats up Arnold and he and Tex flee with Arnold's suitcase and car. However, the case is full of cash and the car is stocked with marijuana. So it comes as no surprise that Arnold and his friends want them back.
Petersen (1974)
, 1h47
Directed by Tim Burstall
Genres Drama
Actors Jack Thompson, Jacki Weaver, Wendy Hughes, Belinda Giblin, Arthur Dignam, Bud Tingwell
Roles Annie
Rating65% 3.280353.280353.280353.280353.28035
Tony Petersen is an electrical tradesman and former football star who is studying arts at the University of Melbourne, and majoring in English. Despite being married to adoring wife Susie, he is having an affair with his lecturer, Trish Kent, and has a fling with student Moira as part of a protest. Trish's husband Charles fails Petersen in his exams and Trish leaves for Oxford. Petersen rapes Trish and returns to his old life.
I Can Jump Puddles, 48minutes
Themes Seafaring films, Transport films
Actors Lewis Fitz-Gerald, Tony Barry, Lesley Baker, Olivia Brown, Debra Lawrance, Lisa Aldenhoven
Roles Rose
Rating80% 4.04684.04684.04684.04684.0468
Based on Alan Marshall's three-part autobiography I Can Jump Puddles (1955), This is the Grass (1962) and In Mine Own Heart (1963), the film tells of Marshall's childhood growing up in rural Victoria during the turn of the century. Contracting polio soon after attending school, the story retells the obstacles he faced as a child in trying to overcome his disability. As an adult, he later encounters prejudice from his debilitating disease while looking for work in Melbourne.