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"He's definitely dead now..." Graham (Kevin Bishop), David (Xavier Samuel) and Tom (Kris Marshall) view Luke (James Helm). Photographer: Erick Regnard, Ian Regnard Credit: AFLM Pty Ltd

“He’s definitely dead now…” Graham (Kevin Bishop), David (Xavier Samuel) and Tom (Kris Marshall) view Luke (James Helm). Photographer: Erick Regnard, Ian Regnard Credit: AFLM Pty Ltd

Filmed in iconic Western Australian locations including the Pinnacles and the vast white sand dunes in Lancelin, A Few Less Men hits cinemas Thursday, 9 March.

On opening night there is a special Q&A screening event with the film’s director Mark Lamprell, Western Australian producer Tania Chambers and co-star James Helm at Event Cinemas Innaloo.   The Q&A is hosted by Matthew Eeles, founder and editor of Cinema Australia. Grab your tickets here.

The sequel to worldwide hit comedy, A Few Best Men (2011) brings back the hilarious and absurd friendship of David (Xavier Samuel), Tom (Kris Marshall) and Graham (Kevin Bishop) who are stranded in the middle of the vast Australian bush transporting a gold penis shaped coffin.

Producers Tania Chambers, Laurence Malkin and Share Stallings were excited about utilising the State’s unique locations and talented local crew, having previously shot feature Kill Me Three Times (2014) in Western Australia.

Watch this clip to learn more about the cast and creative of A Few Less Men’s filming experience in Western Australia, and watch the trailer here.