New Zealand milk farmer Rob gives his lover Lucinda a ring. Trying to spark up her relationship with Rob, she takes her friend Drosophila's advice and starts to try and make Rob angry. But ... See full summary »
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An Innuit hunter races his sled home with a fresh-caught halibut. This fish pervades the entire film, in real and imaginary form. Meanwhile, Axel tags fish in New York as a naturalist's ... See full summary »
New Zealand milk farmer Rob gives his lover Lucinda a ring. Trying to spark up her relationship with Rob, she takes her friend Drosophila's advice and starts to try and make Rob angry. But she tends to go too far. Admiring her ring while driving a lonely road, she has a run-in with an older woman that sets off a chain of events that begins with her quilt being stolen. Written by
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An unusual romantic comedy for Valentines Day viewing. This is clear within the first half hour, when the hopelessly in love couple baths in a tub and washes dishes at the same time. The movie uses milk to represent Lucinda's hidden desire to have a child, although the movie really seems to be about the price of love, not milk--the lovers are given extreme chances to test their love and faithfulness. I liked the film, although some of its imagery was a bit too much.
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