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Best Armstrong Documentary To Date
Having been a great fan of Gillian Armstrong's films in the past I was very excited to have the opportunity to preview her latest documentary at Sundance, and I was not disappointed. Gillian gave the story of Florence Broadhurst the color and excitement it deserved. With beautiful cinematography and design, this documentary is a stand out. As I am not a big fan of talking head doco's, this film gave the documentary genre a fresh new look. With colorful, stylised drama re-enactments shot on film mixed with Monty-python style animation, fantastic archival footage and interviews surrounded in worlds of wallpaper, it becomes a roller coaster ride of style. Loved it.
The Surgeon (2005)
Fantastic drama series strives for excellence and achieves it.
The Surgeon is probably one of the most important drama series to hit Australian screens in years. I find it so refreshing and original. The acting is so realistic, the operations are emotionally draining, sometimes electric. Justine Clarke gives the performance of her career and surrounds herself with an amazing cast. And finally we also get to see some fantastic cinematography on our small screens, with color and lighting giving it a cinematic quality and camera work that keeps the show alive. Coming from a family of surgeons I can guarantee that this show has come closer to any medical show to date to give an audience a real look at what goes on behind those operating doors. Great work I look forward to watching the rest of the season.