ONE CRAZY NIGHT, a lively film about five Australian teenagers who spend the night together at the height of Beatlemania, recalls THE BREAKFAST CLUB. But the adolescent anguish is tempered here with nostalgic warmth for the Fab Four, giving the film an upbeat charge.
When a swarming crowd of Beatles fans break through a police blockade in Melbourne, Emily (Beth Champion), a wholesome farm girl with a crush on John Lennon, runs from the cops. She squeezes underneath a closing grate, and finds herself in the boiler room of the very hotel that houses The
Beatles. She's not alone; there are three other teens with her: Randolph (Noah Taylor), a skinny boy with an a...