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Sophie, a writer of racy romance novels, is working on one of her stories in the library, when Eddie overhears her. Sophie, embarrassed by her paralyzed leg from childhood polio, spurns his... See full summary »
A farce, Hoskins plays a photographer who specializes in religious pictures who searches for a model for Jesus. He does a favor for a friend and finds himself doing a voice track for a ... See full summary »
Simon Henderson is at boarding school in Canada while his father works in Hong Kong, and his mother lives in England. When his parents visit him in the holidays, Simon discovers that his ... See full summary »
A mild-mannered English conscientious objector moves to what he feels will be the relative calm of Australia after World War I, but gets caught in the middle of violent battles between the rising trade unions and fascist groups.
Judy Davis stars in a dual role. She's Nina Bailey, a tough government tax investigator, and Nina's long dead mother, Georgia White, who died under decidedly mysterious circumstances. Nina's investigation into her mother's death is triggered when someone arranges an exhibition of Georgia's old photographs, and invites her to the show. Film relies on a Rashoman-like series of flashbacks of the killing that provide conflicting versions of what happened but they're awkwardly executed. Overall, the film is only moderately interesting. It never quite gets off the ground, probably because the title character, Georgia, remains a cypher.
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