This is one of those rare genuinely funny romantic comedies, rarer still it’s an Australian film which doesn’t suck.
Ryan Corr, Ryan Kwanten and Sarah Snook, on location in Newtown, Sydney, shooting the opening scenes of Not Suitable For Children. All the party sequences were shot in one week, right in the middle of the shoot. The extras were all inner-west volunteers, some of whom showed up five nights in a row.
Ryan Kwanten (‘Jonah’) - The most important thing for me is, firstly, does the script work, and secondly, is it going to challenge me as an actor? Is it something I’ve never done before? And working with talent. I knew within minutes that Peter had a really unique vision.
Ryan Kwanten and Ryan Corr pose for WHO Magazine in Australia. This shot was taken on the last day of the shoot, just hours before the wrap party…
Ryan Corr talks about his character Gus, and acting opposite Ryan Kwanten in Not Suitable For Children.
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Gives Ryan Kwanten’s latest movie Not Suitable for Children 4 out 5 stars.
What lifts this Australian romantic-comedy above the level of most of its Hollywood counterparts is the reality of the characters and the situations and the honesty of the film’s approach. Once you accept the fact that Jonah has this strong desire for parenthood, everything falls into place.
Sarah Snook (‘Stevie’) - Peter really strives to create the little details in the relationships, in the characters, they’ve all got their little quirks. Hopefully that makes the characters jump off the screen… People you want to get to know, a family of friends you want to be involved with.