Seventeen talented Australian directors from diverse artistic disciplines each create a chapter of the hauntingly beautiful novel by multi award-winning author Tim Winton. The linking and overlapping stories explore the extraordinary turning points in ordinary people’s lives in a stunning portrait of a small coastal community. As characters face second thoughts and regret, relationships irretrievably alter, resolves are made or broken, and lives change direction forever.
Angela H (ru) wrote: I thought this film was the best out of all the hangover films
Jim C (jp) wrote: This film brought back bittersweet memories for me of my own relationship with my father. There were strong performances throughout the film from Jim Broadbent, the wonderful Colin Firth, the talented young Matthew Beard, Juliet Stevenson, Elaine Cassidy and others.
Andrew K (br) wrote: Amusing and entertaining but predictable.
Fahim B (fr) wrote: Blah, average, amazing cinematography and songs though
Sara B (ag) wrote: I remember watching it, but I guess it was not that memorable. I assume I only watched it for Judd Nelson.
Janet F (nl) wrote: Excellent movie. George Strait is a beautiful person and this is a wholesome movie..we need more of these kind of movies.
Luke W (mx) wrote: Usually only the best foreign films make their way to America, but somehow this misfire made it stateside. While the storyline is intriguing, nothing is made of Monsieur Hire and Alice's relationship nor of the role of her boyfriend, who only appears as needed and never seems to affect anyone in the plot. As for the title character, his eccentricities are certainly strange, but they are never explained and the ending is merely a cop-out to make us feel empathy for someone who in real life would never receive such attention, and for good reason.
Wade H (us) wrote: An in your face time splitter of a movie with great action and a interesting story.
lilly t (mx) wrote: I hope that the movies ,all of the Diary of a wimpy kid movies, are going to be good and great.
Juan D (us) wrote: A quien le preste esta peli y nunca me la devolvio?