1916. The blood and carnage of the Western Front as The Great War rampages mercilessly across Europe.While some of the bloodiest battles ever seen rage on the surface, a deadly game of cat-and-mouse is played out thirty metres below the trenches as a small platoon of Australian tunnellers prepare to ignite the largest amount of explosive ever collected in one place under the German lines.As Zero Hour approaches the Commanding Officer must decide who will make the ultimate sacrifice!
DIRECTOR BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE:
Jeremy is a popular and well-known figure in Australian artistic life. He has had, and continues to have, a successful and acclaimed career as an actor, working in film) on television and on stage, where his reputation as one of Australia's greatest actors has been built playing roles like Cyrano De Bergerac and Hamlet to national acclaim.He has been Artistic Director of his company Pork Chop Productions since 1995 and has directed and produced acclaimed classical interpretations and original theatrical works all around the country. Pork Chop Productions is now focused entirely on new Australian works, having developed and produced several award winning shows over the last eight years.ʻLast Train To Freoʼ was Jeremyʼs first feature film as a director/producer. It was nominated for three AFI awards (including Best Actor in a Leading role for Steve Le Marquand), and has been sold all around the world. He is presently about to begin production on a feature film adaptation of ʻLast Cab to Darwinʼ as writer/director/producer.