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WELCOME TO WHEREVER YOU ARE - A Documentary Celebrating the MAD MAX Mythology!

Brett Sharpe , Laurie Basten , Aaron Stevenson  |  DVD
3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Brett Sharpe, Laurie Basten, Heath Stevenson
  • Directors: Aaron Stevenson
  • Writers: Aaron Stevenson
  • Producers: Laurie Basten, Aaron Stevenson
  • Format: NTSC
  • Region: All Regions
  • Studio: Fatal Impact Productions
  • DVD Release Date: November 17, 2008
  • Run Time: 75 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LF35WS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #261,434 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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A Feature Length Documentary Celebrating the MAD MAX MYTHOLOGY! A group of Max devotee's build a replica Interceptor drive it across tha Aust. desert, unregistered, unroadworthy, visiting locations from the Mad Max Trilogy, talk to locals about their Max experiences etc. Everything was documented including interludes with police, arguments, vehicle brakdowns and so on. Ends at Bathurst during race weekend where over 70 street vehicles are destroyed as the Mad Max sub culture collides. This mountain mayhem of destruction had never before been filmed and resulted in a variety of threats and legal 'discussions' attempting to squash its release. It was also banned from Australian TV. You dont have to be a rev head, Mad Max or V8 fan to enjoy this but it helps! Written & Directed by Aaron Stevenson (Freedom Deep, Biting Bullets, The Long Line) This is the special Directors Version. Prior to this Special release for Amazon, Welcome To Wherever You Are was only available on eBay where copies had sold for up to $102.00!

A sequel is now in production titled WW2 - Welcome Wherever 2! Release date September 2009.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Fun, fun, fun! April 13, 2009
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This is a review in response to the review already posted. It is clear that the reviewer of that review missed the point of this movie. It never professed to be a bio on Mad Max. The description clearly states what the movie is about "A band of Mad Max devotees build their own replica interceptor, drive it across the desert...etc". There are several independant reviews on the web and the majority are very very favourable. "This movie is best enjoyed with a few beers!" "You don't have to be a Mad Max fan but it helps!!!" The destruction of various street vehicles at the films climax has to be seen to be believed. There is nothing else like it on film. If a "reviewer" who doesn't have a broad view of films, documentaries, reality based programs etc has an opinion then they should frame their response in a way that reflects the content at hand. Focusing on emotions such as anger offer very little to other potential viewers. It would be a shame if people passed on this for the wrong reasons. A reality based independant review can be found at: [...]
The many positive feedback reviews of the movie on [...] are also testament.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cool DVD July 25, 2009
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Thoroughly enjoyed this reality doco meets road movie hybrid! The characters are dedicated Road Warrior fan boys on the trail of the fabled wreckage of the original Interceptor from Mad Max and the Road Warrior movies. Obviously spontaneous,taking the piss and unscripted it delivers continuous comedic moments as the boys run the gauntlet of dodgy outback locals, film nazis and one pissed off stripper. Loosing a bit of cred with the fake accents and hollywood hairdos, the film picks up the pace again as it culminates at the zenith of Mad Max and aussie road race culture on thunder road at Mt Panaorama with some of the wildest footage of the mountain at night. A film for true believers.
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3.0 out of 5 stars FUN TO WATCH February 18, 2013
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NOT REALLY MUCH ABOUT THE CAR Build. More of a silly young guys road trip movie. but kinda cool seeing all MAD MAX places.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Its alright mate ! January 9, 2012
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I liked it enough to feel I wasnt ripped off. The fellas with a mach-up of the last V-8 cruising about in Australia, searching for the original interceptor and seeing some of the landscapes from the movie. Low tech hillbillies like me can relate. The cars being manually destoyed and burned by regular party types was pretty neat. I know from expierience that swinging a sledge or a steel pipe at a vehicle can be educational as well as therpeutic.
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I found this an interesting documentary study not so much of the Mad Max films but of southern Australian culture in general. For an amateurish production, I found it mostly well done. I would have liked more interviews with people involved in Mad Max films, and more time spent at the location of Mad Max 2/The Road Warrior. It was cool to see old cars from MM2. Australian hillbillies acting xenophobic was pretty interesting. For some reason I thought it would culminate at a Road Warrior festival in the desert, but it was more of drunken Australian male crash derby that was interesting and a bit disturbing in itself. The filmmakers had their hearts in the right place, and the two Interceptor replicas were cool, but the documentary was a bit all over the place at times. I did like how it begins and ends, tho. Overall, B. Worthwhile if you are interested in The Road Warrior film or southern Australian culture from the beaches to the cities to the bush.
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