"Ride Like a Girl" is a 2019 Australian biographical sports drama film directed by Rachel Griffiths.
The starring cast includes Teresa Palmer, Sam Neill, Brooke Satchwell, Stevie Payne, Zara Zoe, Magda Szubanski, Sullivan Stapleton, Sophia Forrest, Mick Molloy, Shane Bourne and others.
Here are "Ride Like a Girl" movie trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date and everything we know so far.
Is there a trailer for Ride Like a Girl movie?
Transmission Films on Sunday, June 23, 2019 released the trailer for "Ride Like a Girl" you can watch here:
Ride Like A Girl - Official Trailer #2.
What is Ride Like a Girl movie plot?
Here is a short review of "Ride Like a Girl" movie plot summary.
Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) is the youngest of ten children of racehorse trainer Paddy Payne (Sam Neill). Almost all of Paddy's children grow up to become jockeys and this is the story of the youngest daughter. Payne became the first woman to ride the winner of the Melbourne Cup in 2015.
Payne won the Melbourne Cup on 3 November 2015, riding Prince of Penzance, a six-year-old gelding with which she had a long-term association.
Who plays who in the Ride Like a Girl movie?
Here is the full cast and characters of "Ride Like a Girl" movie. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.
Teresa Palmer as Michelle Payne
Sam Neill as Paddy Payne
Brooke Satchwell as Therese Payne
Stevie Payne as Himself
Zara Zoe as Maree Payne
Magda Szubanski as Sister Dominique
Sullivan Stapleton as Darren Weir
Sophia Forrest as Cathy Payne
Mick Molloy as Bairdy
Shane Bourne as Trevor Smart
Anneliese Apps as Brigid Payne
Katie Castles as Margaret Payne
Gryffin Morrison as Young Stevie
Summer North as Young Michelle
Mitch Goring as Young Patrick
Joanna Halliday as Young Bernadette
Charles Russell as Young Andrew Payne
Lucia Schwerdt as Young Cathy Payne
Maeliosa Stafford as Father Keane
Genevieve Morris as Joan Sadler
Anne Phelan as Sister Mary
Aaron Glenane as Patrick Payne
Henry Nixon as Andrew Payne
Anton Skrzypiciel as Racecourse Barman
Veronica Thomas as Bernadette
Judy Johnson as Jean
Tony Rickards as Trainer
Jacob Warner as Garry Small
Cameron Quilty as Jockey
Stephen Cahill as Steward
Ian Hart as Steward #1
Graham Meates as Steward #2
Norm Coleman as Steward #3
Daniel Schmitt as Damien Oliver / Jockey
Jason Benbow as Kerrin McEvoy
Thomas Saddler as Jason Patton
Chris Reys as Rusty
Ashley Naylor as Wedding Band Member
Rod Kempton as Wedding Band Member #2
Richard Rhodes as Matthew Cotter / Jockey
Patrick Cannon as Colin Little
Marc Hughes as Official
Ryan Moloney as Brett Prebble (as Ryan Maloney)
Murray Stevens as Flemington Official
Michael Tabone as Joao Moreira / Jockey
Sami Shah as Dr. Aziz
Maude Davey as Occupational Therapist
Tom Fleet as Child
Madeleine Raymond as Maddie
Tyler Leslight as Apprentice
Mick Hurry as Darren's Foreman
Susannah Hawke as Horse Vet (as Dr. Susannah Hawke)
Dennis Coard as Owner #1
Martin Sacks as Owner #2
Tony Davie as Owner #3
Paul Denny as Owner #4
Damien Garvey as Terry Bailey
Christian Hull as Head Nurse
Wendy McKillop as Nun #1
Bronwyn Lamb as Nun #2
Bobby El-Issa as Frankie Dettori
David Quigley as Colm / Jockey
Abbe Holmes as Narrator
Neil Kearney as Archive Interviewer
Chris Symons as Jockey
Stephen Wicks as Jockey
Patrick Bell as Jockey
Christopher Caserta as Jockey
Craig Dinn as Jockey
Sam Hyland as Jockey
Adam McCabe as Jockey
Nathan Rose as Jockey
Andrew Stead as Jockey
Remy Tremsal as Jockey
Sam Payne as Jockey
Racquel Bennett as Jockey
Shaun Cooper as Jockey
Lucinda Doodt as Jockey
Patrick Keane as Jockey
Niyazi Mehmet as Jockey
Michael Rowley as Jockey
Jacqueline Shannon as Jockey
Nicholas Steventon as Jockey
Jordan Turner as Jockey
Rose Pearson as Jockey
Jason Baldock as Jockey
Michael Carson as Jockey
Jordan Dean as Jockey
Trent Germaine as Jockey
Andrew Mallyon as Jockey
Brian Park as Jockey
Kiran Quilty as Jockey
Taro Sato as Jockey
Nichol Souquet as Jockey
Michael Walker as Jockey
Greg Miles as Race Caller
Terry Bailey as Race Caller
Bruce McAvaney as Race Caller
Simon O'Donnell as Race Caller
Bryan Martin as Race Caller
When is Ride Like a Girl movie release date?
"Ride Like a Girl" movie release date was scheduled to be on September 26, 2019 distributing by Screen Australia, Transmission Films, Roadshow Films, Village Roadshow, ACE Entertainment, Aeon Entertainment, Saban Films, Flins & Piniculas, Front Row Filmed Entertainment, NOS Audiovisuais, Paramount Home Video and Splendid Film.
What are Ride Like a Girl filming details?
The duration of the film is 118 minutes. The film grossed over $11.5 million.
"Ride Like a Girl" movie is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.
What are critics and audiences saying about Ride Like a Girl movie?
"Ride Like a Girl" movie got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 68/100.
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