A fresh-faced twenty-something injects a spark of new life into a generations-old community of oyster fishermen in the lyrical Aussie indie Oyster Farmer (2004). When his sister sustains serious injuries in a car crash, Jack Flange (Alex O’Lachlan) drops everything and moves to the small seaside town where she dwells. At first Flange tries to cover his sister’s bills by oyster farming with a clutch of gruff old-timers, but desperation causes him to eye grand theft larceny as the only means for rehabilitating his ailing sibling. Fortunately the selfless Flange takes some time out to satisfy his own carnal cravings. A fetching sewer collector’s daughter (Diana Glenn) proves a willing recipient of Jack’s affection and is kind enough to flash her flesh to a wider audience.