Spin Out

Synopsis: Billy and Lucy have grown up together in a small, close-knit Australian country town, where they form one of the town's most formidable Ute driving teams. When Billy takes one risky car stunt too far, Lucy declares she is moving to the city - sending Billy into a spin. Amid the mayhem of the town's annual "Bachelors and Spinsters" party, Billy only has one night to wake up to his true feelings for his best friend - or lose her forever. Spin Out is a fresh, feel-good comedy romance for the young and the young at heart.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Romance
Production: Stella Rose Productions
Rotten Tomatoes:
92 min


This is where we live.

We have a great backyard.

This is me, sparrow McGee.

I'm on the way to the best party ever.

We only do it once a year

'cause it takes a year to recover...

Sometimes longer.

And this car I'm on the back of

is the world's best car.

The Aussie Ute.

We love our Utes and they love us.

Donuts, fishtails, spin-outs, figure-8s.

We call this sport circle work.

Do not try this at home.

You can win prizes, but who cares?

It's all about the Utes.

This is my best mate, Billy.

Billy says we have the perfect life,

and I reckon he's right.

And to top it off,

we've got another best mate,


Lucy could drive through a puddle of mud

and not spill a drop.

When we were kids,

Lucy saved Billy from drowning.

And they've been arguing ever since.

The three of us are a team.


But a little bunch of mates

needs a bigger bunch of mates.

And we grew up with some beauties.

These girls,

they used to pick on me in high school.

But they grew up just fine.

Now they just pick on their boyfriends.

Part-time cowboys, full-time unemployed.

Podge and his old mate Boof,

they love their beer.

And Michelle, she loves Podge.

And who wouldn't? He's a champion!

And this is Mary.

She's the love of my life.

Hey, Mary!

Please don't tell her I said that.

And this is everyone's best friend.

We call her knob.

Knob belongs to Billy.

She also belongs to me.

Billy really keeps Lucy on her toes.


Then he tries to run over them.


Now, Lucy's a bit uptight.

And Billy's a bit too loose.

Sometimes I worry

that if those two got together,

it'd be the end of the team.

But luckily, just friends.

People come from all over the country.

- Everybody's welcome.

- G'day, guys.

Even these rough nuts...

Spike and turps.

Enough said.

Look out.

There he is.


What's the rush, Popeye?

Afraid you'll miss out on a pretty boy?

Not the way you pick 'em.

Trust me, I'll set you up

with a real cowboy this time.

Told you last year, Princess,

I don't want a cowboy.

I'll get you one with teeth.

Good girl.

I'm just saying, Luce,

if you don't get a root tonight,

it's a year till the next one.

I can wait.

The delicate dance of circle work.

The splendor of a gas-guzzling pirouette.

Let's give it up for Mary Dankovitz,

ladies and gentlemen.

Go on, Mary! Kick that sucker.

Totes, Mary!

This isn't drivin' 'round in circles,

ladies and gentlemen.

This is driving 'round in circles

really, really fast.

Seen it.

Look at those scores.

Oh, my god!

Missed a spot.

Tonight, we celebrate 100 years

of the ram ticklers

bachelors and spinsters ball.

That's right...

A whole century of this debauchery.

Dress is strictly black tie.

And as always, young folk from all around

flock to dance, drink and fall in love.

For many, that love may last a lifetime.

And for some, just two minutes.

But tonight, we party, party, party!


All right, ladies and gentlemen,

put your paws together for spike and turps

from Manangatang!

Give it up!

Yeah! Yeah, mate! Yeah, mate!

I'm gonna get me arse out.

I'm gonna get me arse out, mate.

Do it, do it.

Spike and turps from Manangatang,

sporting their usual...

Very classy.

And what an apt score, ladies and

gentlemen. What an apt score.

Merline was at me again last night

about getting a full-time job.

Hey, hey! Remain calm, brothers.

The ladies, when they hear our news,

will be rejoicing.

So, it's crosses,

figure-8s, Olympic circles,

flares, fishtails,

and we finish with drifting. Right?

- Sure.

- And the Olympic circles are clockwise.

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