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Release Date:
7 April 2012 (Australia) See more »
Death By Chocolate
When Detective Bennett O'Mara finds a chocolate wrapper on a strangled girl, it leads him to enigmatic chocolatier Juliana Lovece... See more » | Add synopsis »
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David Wenham ... Detective Bennett O'Mara

Louise Lombard ... Juliana Lovece

Rick Donald ... Carl Dukes

Richard Brancatisano ... Saxon Blake

Chelsie Preston Crayford ... Rebecca Riley

Geoff Morrell ... Stuart Verger

Aaron Glenane ... Travis

Shannon Ashlyn ... Lucy
Caroline Brazier ... Marion Verger

Paul Winchester ... Businessman

Lucy Durack ... Bunny
John Manning ... Vet

Laura Gorun ... Celine Davies
Adam Marsden ... Security Guard
Alfredo Malabello ... Eduardo

Directed by
Mark Joffe 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
John Ridley  written by
Sarah Smith  created by
Sarah Smith  written by

Produced by
Kerrie Mainwaring .... line producer
Julie McGauran .... producer
Renata Ogayar .... post coordinator
Sarah Smith .... producer
Original Music by
Matteo Zingales (main composer)
Cinematography by
Henry Pierce 
Film Editing by
Mark Perry 
Casting by
Ann Robinson 
Art Direction by
Simon Dobbin 
Costume Design by
Neville Kerr 
Makeup Department
Troy Follington .... key hair makeup & effects artist (Personal to Louise Lombard)
Sheldon Wade .... hair and makeup designer
Production Management
Barbara McFarlane .... production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Henry Downes .... additional assistant director
Jeremy Grogan .... first assistant director
Adam Smillie .... second assistant director
Art Department
Dillon Yeats .... standby props
Sound Department
Wes Chew .... supervising sound editor
Sam Gain-Emery .... assistant sound editor
Tom Herdman .... sound assistant
Dan Johnston .... foley artist
Duncan McAllister .... foley recordist
Luke Mynott .... sound effects editor
Luke Mynott .... sound mixer
Andrew Simmons .... foley editor
Rea Corcoran .... stunt performer
Neal Horton .... stunt double
Leon Stripp .... stunt performer
Ben Toyer .... stunt double
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Josef Hawkins .... best boy
Pim Kulk .... b camera first assistant
Geoffrey Owen .... b camera: steadicam
Ken Pettigrew .... gaffer
Francisco Vicuna .... second assistant camera
Casting Department
Emma Dockery .... casting associate
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Kirsten Buls .... costume stand-by
Lauren Lau .... costume assistant
Alex Locke .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
John Binstead .... assistant editor
Marcus Bolton .... head of post production
Anna Hynek .... post-production coordinator
Location Management
Daniel Power .... location scout
Music Department
Wes Chew .... score mixer
Andrew Kotatko .... music supervisor
Other crew
Sandi Archer .... supervising production accountant
Vanessa Edwards .... production accountant
Tony Garland .... armourer
Katharina Keil .... script supervisor
Jonny Kennerley .... production coordinator
Jen McPherson .... producers' assistant
Duncan Richards .... script co-ordinator

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  • UK.TV (2012) (Australia) (TV)
Other Companies

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Australia:90 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.78 : 1 See more »

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Miscellaneous: Detective promoted to Senior Sergeant out of a clear blue sky. Doesn't happen. NSW Police Positions are advertised, applied for then interviews are held. Senior Sergeants are rare, Police Sergeants are usually promoted to Inspector.See more »


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3 out of 3 people found the following review useful.
Flashes of brilliance, 15 April 2012
Author: Bromios from Australia

An entertaining movie, with flashes of brilliance. The opening sequence was a sensual delight and Lombard was entrancing from go to end. Wenham has his moments. The plot was convoluted enough for the the keenest crime aficionado. The direction was uneven, but overall I had the sense that Joffe was back, but has yet to settle in.

Some of the police behavior did not ring true, but then again, I I guess it was all possible. Set in Sydney and on the road to Wollongong, the film highlighted some parts of NSW that don't normally make it to the movies.

Worth watching if you want a pleasant evening watching an interesting drama, a beautiful mature women, and glimpses of Sydney.

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