Take one woman (“Me”, a NSW desert girl), her partner Antman and their dog Fleabag, pack up the car, turn up the country music and you’ve got one spirited road trip “makin’ room for all the good things in life, like family, laughin’, travellin’ and, best of all, love”.
Me, Antman & Fleabag is packed to the roof with wicked black humour, eccentric aunties, six-fingered redheads, and martyrs to the cause of sheep well-being – all carried along with a dose of Slim Dusty for good measure.
Gayle Kennedy has a gift for telling tales and making them sparkle with warmth and pathos in equal measure.
Me, Antman & Fleabag is a funny and incisive look at contemporary Aboriginal life and the family and friends that make it up. So hold on to your boongalungs; this’ll be a crackin’ ride.
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