Coming up on Saturday at the Described Movies: The Castle.

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From this Saturday at 2am Eastern, that’s 6pm Saturday in NZ, 4pm in Sydney and 7am in the UK, and repeated every four hours throughout the day , it’s the described movie The Castle from 1997.
The Castle is a 1997 Australian comedy-drama film about the Kerrigan Family, who are forced to leave their beloved home, by the Government and airport authorities. The Castle is the story of how they fight to remain in their house, taking their case as far as the High Court.
The Castle was filmed in 11 days on a budget of approximately A$750,000.
The film gained widespread acclaim in Australia and New Zealand, but was not widely distributed globally. It grossed A$10,326,428 at the box office in Australia.
The film's title is based upon the English saying, repeatedly referred to in the film, ", a man's home is his castle".
Its humour plays on the national self-image, most notably the concept of working-class Australians and their place in modern Australia.
Directed by: Rob Sitch.
Produced by: Debra Choate.
Written by: Santo Cilauro, Tom Gleisner, Jane Kennedy and Rob Sitch.
Starring: Michael Caton, Anne Tenney, Stephen Curry, Anthony Simcoe, Sophie Lee and Wayne Hope.
Narrated by: Stephen Curry.
Music by: Craig Harnath, Edmund Choi (US version).
Cinematography: Miriana Marusic.
Edited by: Wayne Hyett.
Distributed by: Village Roadshow (AU), Miramax Films (US).
Release date: 10 April 1997.
Running time: 84 minutes.
Country: Australia.
Language: English.
Budget: A$750,000.
Box office: A$10.3 million.
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