Three mismatched blokes are stranded in the Australian desert.
Michael James Rowland studied graphic design at the North Adelaide School of Arts, eventually working as Art Director for the Adelaide Festival of Arts. At the Australian Film Television and Radio School (AFTRS) his award-winning student films Flying Over Mother (1996) and The Existentialist Cowboy’s Last Stand (1995) began his reputation as a passionate and original writer/director.Lucky Miles was Michael’s second screen collaboration with Helen Barnes, an award-winning novelist, the first being BloodSports, a DIY SBSTV initiative.
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