Australian billionaire, Sly Morgan is invited to join the Stark Conspiracy, a group of the world's richest people who plan to save themselves from the Earth's impending environmental doom. ...
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Australian billionaire, Sly Morgan is invited to join the Stark Conspiracy, a group of the world's richest people who plan to save themselves from the Earth's impending environmental doom. Colin Dobson, or CD to his friends, tries to impress beautiful activist Rachel by joining her and a group of hippies on a mission to foil Stark's evil plan of environmental vandalism.Written by
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I read the book (along with many others Ben Elton wrote); I found the movie added to the experience; the acting was amazing as I recall.. (I have fond recollections of Bill Hunter and his character's dysfunctional family), killer cast and not too shabby production wise.. would love to be able to find this on a streaming service.. lol..
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