Australia's most infamous crime story
Sixteen-year-old Jamie lives with his mother, Elizabeth, and two younger brothers, Alex and Nicholas, in a housing trust home in Adelaide's northern suburbs. Their home is but one of many sun-starved houses crammed together to cater for a disenfranchised society.
Jamie longs for an escape from the violence and hopelessness that surrounds him and his salvation arrives in the form of John, a charismatic man who unexpectedly comes to his aid.
As John spends more and more time with Jamie's family, Elizabeth and her boys begin to experience a stability and sense of family that they have never known.
John moves from the role of Jamie's protector to that of a mentor, indoctrinating Jamie into... More »
- Audio commentary with director Justin Kurzel
- Deleted scenes with audio commentary by director Justin Kurzel
- Slow TV Interview
- Original Casting footage
- The Snowtown Crimes
- Justin Kurzel's short films BLUE TONGUE, BELL and PULSE
- Stills Gallery
- Theatrical Trailer