A writer, Ned Kendall, is asked to return to the family home by his sister Sally, to say goodbye to his father who is dying. The family home is in a very remote and isolated area. While back home, Ned starts having memories of his beautiful twin sister and himself when they were children. These memories awaken long-buried secrets of brother/sister sex from the family's past.Written by
If You're Happy and You Know It
Traditional, based on a Latvian folk song
Performed by Sophie Lowe See more »
One of the MOST unexpected Gems I have ever seen!
I always enjoy good controversial "taboo' movies, if they are done right. And my list this week called form you guessed it, Incest! This will be only one of many films I watch this week, but my god, I hope they are all this good!!
First, I am not going to spoil anything for anyone. With that out of the way, I did not know what to expect from this Australian film. But my oh my. This movie had it all. It was titillating, wrong, and yet so right at the same time. Had great characters and cinematography. The editing was spot on. Probably going to be my go to showcase how to do flash backs. Seriously well done!! It hit all the emotional cues as well. And left you depressed and hopeful at the same time.
By the end I felt drained of emotion, the final minutes leading up to the credits are hard hitting.
If your not to turned off by the 'incest' markings of this movie, I highly Recommend watching it. You will truly not be disappointed.
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