A year 2000 Australian film produced by the creators of the award-winning hit comedy "The Castle". It tells the funny and moving true story of Australia's part in the Apollo 11 moon mission. Critically acclaimed world-wide (including the Toronto, the London and the Sundance Film Festivals), the biggest local box-office smash in years stars Sam Neill ("Jurassic Park"), Kevin Harrington (TV's "SeaChange"), Tom Long ("Two Hands") and Patrick Warburton (TV's "Seinfeld", "Scream 3").

The following description is given on the DVD:
It is a date that will be remembered for all time. July 20 1969 - the day man first set foot upon the moon. That one shining moment was witnessed by a television audience of six hundred million people across the globe. Remarkably, those immortal images came via a "dish" in outback Australia. It may have been one small step for man, but for a handful of Aussie scientists, it was a giant leap. And one that almost didn't happen . . .
Praise for "The Dish"
"It's one of the most exciting feature films ever made in this country and one of the best films ever made anywhere in the world this year . . . so imaginative and well-crafted . . . something to be applauded and celebrated." -- Peter Thompson, SUNDAY.

"***** A great Australian film . . . a work of world-class craft and skill in terms of pleasing a crowd . . . I just can't recommend 'The Dish' highly enough to Australian viewers of all persuasions. -- Leigh Paatsch, The Daily Telegraph.",

Running time is approximately 105 minutes.

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