The movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’ directed by Peter Faiman is a 1986 Australian comedy film, which relates to an Australian bushman from ‘The Outback’ called Mick Dundee.
The movie ‘Crocodile Dundee’ directed by Peter Faiman and produced by John Cornell, is an Australian comedy film, which was released on the 30th of April 1986 in Australia and on the 26th of September 1986 in United States. This movie has become one of the most successful movies in the history of film industry in Australia and around the globe, which casts Paul Hogan as Mick Dundee and Linda Kozlowski as an American reporter named Sue. Crocodile Dundee was produced on a budget of $9 million, which was produced as an Australian film primarily intending to appeal the American audience, however, it proved to be a worldwide commercial. It became the second highest grossing films in United States in 1986, as well as, became the second highest grossing film worldwide on the box office making earning over $328,203,506 from around the globe. According to the IDMB website co-editor Harry Stewart “Crocodile Dundee has become one of the most prominent movies produced in the history of comedy cinema, as well as, has become one of the few Australian movies to be recognised around the globe”. It is also suggested that viewer’s from numerous parts of the world gave this movie an overall rating of 10 out of 10, where 10 is an excellent and a must watch movie.
The director’s use of various character development techniques have allowed the director to aid with the characterisation of numerous characters within the film ‘Crocodile Dundee’. The director’s use of various character development techniques such as appearance, colloquial language and vocabulary etc have allowed the director to establish a sense of. In the movie, the use of these techniques have influenced the manner various societies around the globe consider the people and Australia. According...
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