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A beautiful young man has been summoned to an eerie meditation retreat by a dying theatre director. The young man has been given a tape of instructions; over a weekend he must perform ... See full summary »

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Natasha Herbert ...
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Susan Lyons ...
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A beautiful young man has been summoned to an eerie meditation retreat by a dying theatre director. The young man has been given a tape of instructions; over a weekend he must perform scenes from the director's life. He visits different rooms encountering five actresses who all portray key women in the director's life. They rehearse the boy to play the lead role in an as yet 'unmade film'. The dying director watches young boy's progress as he searches to inhabit the director's identity. It's an Alice in Wonderland tale and an unpredictable journey of self discovery for all concerned... Written by Megan Spencer - Director Perth Film Festival

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11 June 2007 (Australia)  »

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I Won't Grow Up  »

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No lights no focus
11 August 2007 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I thought that this film started well - the thump of the motor, the car park and the ride in the bus that gave a great view of the countryside. The arrival at the boarding house kept my interest, it wasn't until the show moved into the boarding house that I became disappointed, the scenes shot from then on were poorly lit and poorly shot. I was prepared to put up with the innocuous script and terrible acting but not the lack of light and consequent lack of engagement with the characters. I left the cinema feeling that my friend had been robbed (she paid for the tickets and refused to take money from me - she walked out 20 minutes in).


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