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Film Review: ‘A Month of Sundays’

16 October 2015 1:08 AM, PDT | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Life is a housing auction, or at least a prolonged bargaining effort, in “A Month of Sundays,” a contrived coping drama from Australian TV and film director Matthew Saville (“Noise”, “Felony”) in which a sad-sack housing broker learns to appreciate life from an older woman who reminds him of his mother. Delicate performances by Anthony Lapaglia and Julia Blake go a long way toward making the trite plotting seem sophisticated from moment to moment, but commercial prospects are as mild as the movie itself.

South Australia real-estate agent Frank Mollard (Lapaglia) is a bit off his game. Although he’s buddy-buddy with his boss, Phillip (John Clarke), he gets flustered when dealing with clients and perhaps feels a pang of self-loathing at the task of selling properties owned by the recently or soon-to-be deceased. He’s also still getting over a divorce from Wendy (Justine Clarke), an actress who grew »

- Ben Kenigsberg

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