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Walking on Water (2002)

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 ... Anna
... Simon
Judi Farr ... Margaret
... Frank (as Nicholas Bishop)
David Bonney ... Gavin
Daniel Roberts ... Carl
... Kate
Maureen Green ... Robyn
Timothy Jones ... Dr. Simms
Antonietta Morgillo ... Florist
Mark Baker ... Joey
... 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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26 September 2002 (Australia)  »

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A halál arca  »

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Features The Wiggles (1998) See more »

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Trinity
Written by Antonio Gambale
Performed by Antonio Gambale (as Tonemeister)
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Hooray! A movie with homosexuals that isn't a homosexual movie
30 September 2002 | by See all my reviews

Can you think of any movie whose main characters are homosexual which isn't all about homosexuality? I can't, but this is one, and it was such a delight to witness.

Fantastic acting, very realistic slice of life, but not much of a storyline.

I was disappointed to see that of the two big sex scenes in the movie, the homo one was over in a flash, and the het bonkathon, as usual, seemed to go on forever. Ah well, you can't have everything in a movie, I suppose.


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