Tomboys (film)

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Directed by Nathan Hill
Produced byNathan Hill
Screenplay byFabian Lapham
Stuart Van Eysden
Nathan Hill
StarringCandice Day
Naomi Davis
Music byJamie Murgatroyd
Asher Pope
CinematographyStuart Van Eysden
Edited byThomas Anderson
Stuart Van Eysden
Release date
  • 16 October 2009 (2009-10-16)(Australia)
Running time
79 min
CountryUnited States

Tomboys is a 2009 Australian horror film directed by Nathan Hill and starring Candice Day and Naomi Davis. [1] It features five women who brutally attack the man who raped them. [2]



Kat has been the victim of repeated sexual assault and has had enough. Along with her group of mates, she has decided that since the law won't hand out any justice, then it's time to take matters into her own hands and distribute some payback on her own terms. It helps that one of her friends has a disused barn on her isolate property that should afford some privacy from prying eyes. [3]

A party provides the opportunity for Kat and her friends to kidnap the intended target, who is a serial rapist, and immobilise him in the barn soon to drip blood.



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  2. "Girls Gone Vile". Star Observer. 31 October 2009.
  3. "Tomboys- Into the Story". The Other View. 24 November 2009.