It’s his first day out of prison in 10 years, so Chester decides to visit his teenage daughter, but when he accidentally shoots dead his ex-wife’s sister, the visit turns into a kidnapping, and he and his daughter race across the outback to escape the cops… and to get to know each other.
Nathaniel Moncrieff wowed audiences in 2011 with SLEEPYHEAD and now, as 2012 begins, MKA brings you TINKERTOWN, another Australian Gothic from the talented Western Australian writer. Shooting, kidnapping, running away, shooting, cheap dirty speed balls, jukeboxes, dancing, coked-out sex, alcoholism, stabbing, shooting, lusting, fields by a high way, running away, a car park, robbery, service stations, passing out, hotel room, a salt lake and a scarecrow. You can choose your friends but you can’t choose your relatives, but sometimes you can kill them and sometimes you can kidnap them and then the cops can conduct an hour long chase scene after you through the harsh West Australian desert.
TINKERTOWN is another distinctly Australian, gothic-black comedy penned by Nathaniel Moncrieff and directed by MKA Artistic Director Tobias Manderson-Galvin.