Six strangers meet up every week to talk, finding they are not alone with their issues. Secrets are revealed as their friendships grow but when tragedy strikes, they realize that it is up to them to take responsibility for their own lives.

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Grant Dodwell ...
Alex
Don Reid ...
Cecil
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Paul
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Freddy
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Lucas
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Moses
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Anthony
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Darren
Leroy Page ...
Windscreen wiper guy
Maria Simpson ...
Christine
Lily Kate Simpson ...
Poppy
Louise McCabe ...
Lorraine
Jo Allebone ...
Bar person
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Trent
Michael Karacic ...
Guy in bar #2
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Six strangers meet up every week to talk, finding they are not alone with their issues. Secrets are revealed as their friendships grow but when tragedy strikes, they realize that it is up to them to take responsibility for their own lives.

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What lies in the hearts of men.

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Drama

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18 September 2008 (Australia)  »

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AUD 1,000,000 (estimated)
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Featured in At the Movies: Episode #5.38 (2008) See more »

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Incredibly affecting

I'm a 27 year old guy - I just finished watching Men's Group, about a therapy group for middle and older aged men, and it was like a punch in the stomach. No other film I've seen has conveyed to me the intense hurt, anger, aggression, and confusion that many men feel but try to repress. In that sense, I actually found the film really tense and often scary, because I constantly felt like someone was going to break or blow up at any minute. However, it also showed the compassion, empathy, and need for love that were underneath the brittle exteriors of some of the characters. I'm not a particularly emotional person, but my eyes watered for substantial portions of the running time. A movie that so affects me and my view of humanity is really special, and for that reason Men's Group is going into my mental top 10 list. It couldn't have achieved what it did without the genuinely phenomenal acting by everyone involved, and very clever direction and editing. It seemed incredibly real. I can't speak highly enough of this film, it bewilders me that there are only two comments on it so far, even though it's already been on DVD for some time! See it!


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