Errol Wallace (Sir Anthony Hopkins) is an efficiency expert, managing the high-profile downsizing of a major auto parts factory. But when he is hired to evaluate a small moccasin factory which seems to be from another era, Errol has to reconsider the rapid modernization he advocates, as he is confronted by the human faces such plans hurt.
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He entered their factory as the enemy. He left as their hero.
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Did You Know?
This movie has also been released under the title "Spotswood", the name of the Melbourne suburb in which this movie is set. See more
The last scene shows Carey and Wendy on the house roof with the West Gate Bridge in the background. The film is set in the 1960s but construction of the bridge only started in 1968 with the bridge being completed in 1978. See more
[Carey's little brother sees him writing a poem.
Hee-hee-hee. Who's Cheryl?
No one you'd know. A model.
"I wake up with the sun, bright and new. I listen to the sun, and the early morning dew." Dew doesn't make any noise.
What? Look, it's my poem, I can write what I like.
Just trying to help. If I was you I'd stick to drawing.
The 1960s in Australia were a period of great upheaval, followed by downheaval and, eventually, heaval. Presiding over this indecision were great experts such as Errol Wallace and Jerry Finn. They were efficiency consultants. See more
Deep In the Heart of Texas
Written by June Hershey
(as Hershey) and Don Swander
Performed by Geoff Love
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