Streamline Film, Release Date, Cast, Trailer, Storyline & wiki


Streamline (film)

Streamline, a 2021 Australian Sports Drama film. It’s his first time directing a film. It premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF) on August 19, 2021, and was distributed in theaters on September 2, 2021, by Umbrella Entertainment. Tyson Wade Johnston wrote and directed the film

Streamline Movie Release Date

Streamline will be released on August 12, 2021.

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Streamline Movie Storyline

Plot Summary & Review

Benjamin (Levi Miller) is a fifteen-year-old Australian swimmer who aspires to be the country’s next Olympic champion. He gets up at 3 a.m. every morning with the support of his mother to work out with his instructor. Benjamin’s mother is determined to assist him in any way she can in order for him to cross the finish line each time. Benjamin is soon invited to a series of tests and trials in order to get admission to a top sports academy with the ultimate objective of competing and representing Australia in the Olympic games.

However, Benjamin’s life is turned upside down when he learns that his father, Rob (Jason Isaacs), has been released from prison. He makes an attempt to contact Benjamin personally, leaving Benjamin perplexed. Is it appropriate for Benjamin to neglect his father? Is his father still a nefarious thug? With the added stress of dealing with his father, Benjamin drifts away from his dreams and into a deep, dark sadness. Will Benjamin be able to save himself before it’s too late?

For those unfamiliar, Olympic Australian icon Ian Thorpe acts as an executive producer and supported the cast and crew with on-set training, ensuring that the swimming part is accurately represented.

The story is both entertaining and moving. I was immediately drawn to this feature, despite the fact that I knew very nothing about it prior to watching it. When we learn about Benjamin’s father, it’s clear that this revelation will have a significant impact on our protagonist. This storyline twist piqued my interest, and I was eager to learn more about Benjamin’s future plans.

Tyson Wade Johnston makes his directorial debut with Streamline. As a first-time feature from this director, I’m thrilled to say that this picture is fantastic. On-screen performances are outstanding and powerful, particularly from our main character Benjamin, played by Levi Miller. Laura Gordon, who plays Benjamin’s mother, and Jason Isaacs, who plays his father, both give outstanding performances. Benjamin’s big brother, Jake Ryan, and Benjamin’s coach, Robert Morgan, both give outstanding performances.

The singers and speech are absolutely fantastic, and even tiny sound effects are enjoyable. I thought the cinematography method was innovative, with pictures that properly captured suspense. More evidence of the director’s innovative and fresh eye may be found in the photos taken in the swimming pool. While the filming approach is generally excellent, there are a few shots in the first act that appear unstable and wobbly. At first, I found this manner of filming to be distracting from critical scenes, but happily, it doesn’t last long, and I found myself adjusting to the wobbly times as the movie went. This is, of course, just a small point to make.

Overall, Streamline is a fairly remarkable Australian film for Tyson Wade Johnston’s directorial debut. It’s dramatic, emotional, and compelling, and I was immediately drawn in by this feature. The performances are outstanding, with Levi Miller delivering what I believe to be his best performance to date, and the film features a slew of similarly impressive supporting performances. While the audio recording was heavy on talking, it was excellent and could not be faulted. Any reservations I had were minimal and related to the filmmaking method, notably in the opening act. Finally, I found myself stunned and proud of this film.

Streamline Movie Cast

  • Jason Isaacs as Rob Bush
  • Levi Miller as Benjamin Lane
  • Laura Gordon as Kim Lane
  • Hunter Page-Lochard as Josh Hill
  • Jake Ryan as Dave Bush
  • Tasia Zalar as Patti Hill
  • Steve Bastoni as Glenn Goodman
  • Robert Morgan as Coach Clarke
  • Joey Vieira as Eddie Rivers
  • Sam Parsonson as Nick Bush
  • Stephen Walker as Restaurant patron
  • Marianna as Extra
  • CJ. Bloomfield as Dwayne
  • Nicholas Burton as Police Officer
  • Dimitri Belke as Swim Scout
  • Isaac Drandic as Mick Hill
  • David O’Donoghoe as Swim Scout
  • Ian Thorpe
  • Paula Nazarski as Cathy Hill
  • Mark Parish as Swim Scout
  • Tammy Wells as Spectator (uncredited)

Streamline Movie Wiki

  • Title Streamline
  • Original Title Streamline
  • Type Movie
  • Genre Drama, Sport,
  • Release date August 12, 2021
  • Language(s) English,
  • Director(s) Tyson Wade Johnston
  • Creator(s)
  • Writer(s) Tyson Wade Johnston
  • Producer(s) Angelica Nunez,Ari Harrison,Blake Northfield,Clement Dunn,Derrick Eppich,Gary Hamilton,Ian Thorpe,Jay Douglas,Jeff Harrison,Mary Doumith,Michelle Krumm,Nathan Walker,Nav Gupta,Ryan Hamilton,Tyson Wade Johnston
  • Music Director(s) Angela Little
  • Country Australia,
  • Production companies Bronte Pictures, Jay Douglas & Rebellion Studios

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