|Third Person Plural|
|Directed by||James Ricketson|
|Written by||James Ricketson|
The script was devised by the actors and director in a workshop.
Ricketson has since called the film an "experiment":
I just wanted to see whether it would be possible to make a film on that small budget, shoot the whole thing with a hand-held camera, integrate improvised dialogue with scripted dialogue, work with a small core of actors on a character-based piece, which is what I did, and then to approach the editing of the film in an innovative way. Now, I happen not to like the film myself. Having done the film - it was fun to do it - I decided that I didn't like it, and it certainly wasn't the direction that I wanted to go in.
- Comment by James Ricketson on Screen Australia draft program guidelines November 2008. Retrieved 11 October 2012
- David Stratton, The Avocado Plantation: Boom and Bust in the Australian Film Industry, Pan MacMillan, 1990 p136
- Robin Anderson, "Third Person Plural", Australian Film 1978-92, Oxford Uni Press 1993 p24
- Interview with James Ricketson, 22 May 1995. Retrieved 20 October 2012
- Third Person Plural at IMDb
- Third Person Plural at Australian Screen Online
- Third Person Plural at Oz Movies