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After the death of a friend, a household of long time friends and family are tossed into the myopic world of grief, where jealousy, betrayal and desire override more polite reactions to death.

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Charlie
Maria Theodorakis ...
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Simon
Judi Farr ...
Margaret
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Daniel Roberts ...
Carl
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Maureen Green ...
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Timothy Jones ...
Dr. Simms
Antonietta Morgillo ...
Florist
Mark Baker ...
Joey
Jillian O'Dowd ...
Crying Girl
Lachlan Chapman ...
Dr. Simms' Boyfriend
Lucinda Armour ...
Jacinta
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After the death of a friend, a household of long time friends and family are tossed into the myopic world of grief, where jealousy, betrayal and desire override more polite reactions to death.

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3 stars (out of 4)
11 January 2003 | by (Silicon Valley, CA) – See all my reviews

Gavin is dying, presumably from AIDS. He wants to die at home and asks for help from his friends and family. The friends include Charlie and Anna, the latter of whom is also Gavin's business partner. Family includes Gavin's mother and brother, the latter of whom arrives with his wife and child.

Unfortunately, Gavin's departure is not as smooth as was planned, which serves as a catalyst for everyone else's problems to come out. Besides the obvious grief, we see addictive behavior from several people. We also see people try to use sex to deal with their pain. This is fairly balanced between heterosexuality and homosexuality, although until I thought about it afterwards, the film seemed heavily skewed towards the latter. My personal discomfort had affected my perception.

The acting is definitely a strong point in this film. Almost all of the performances are very good, and some are amazing, including one scene with Gavin's brother later in the film. There are is some excellent cinematography outdoors, especially of the ocean (presumably taken near Sydney, Australia, where the film takes place).

Seen on 11/2/2002 at the 2002 Hawaii International Film Festival.


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