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Burning Man (2011)

Not Rated | | Drama, Romance | 17 November 2011 (Australia)
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An English chef with a chic restaurant on Bondi Beach trying to put his life and his relationship with his son back on track while surrounded by women.

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Jonathan Teplitzky
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Matthew Goode ... Tom
Bojana Novakovic ... Sarah
Essie Davis ... Karen
Kerry Fox ... Sally
Rachel Griffiths ... Miriam
Jack Heanly Jack Heanly ... Oscar
Kate Beahan ... Lesley
Gia Carides ... Carol
Marta Dusseldorp ... Lisa
Dan Wyllie ... Darren
Anthony Hayes ... Brian
Garry McDonald Garry McDonald ... Dr. Burgess
Lech Mackiewicz Lech Mackiewicz ... Blind Man
Genevieve Hegney ... Constable Judith Higgs
Justin Smith ... Dr. Allen
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Sarah Keaton has just passed away following a difficult bout of cancer. She is survived by among others her loving executive chef/restaurateur husband, Tom Keaton, and their eight year old son, Oscar Keaton. The end of the Keatons' marriage was difficult not only because of the cancer itself, but also because they had divergently different views on treatment, and because her early prognosis was positive leading to both not treating the news of her imminent death well. Tom copes recklessly, irresponsibly and angrily in his grief, manifested by among other things indiscriminate casual sex with a multitude of partners. Also negatively affected by Tom's actions is Sarah's sister, Karen, who feels she needs to be the responsible one, especially as Oscar is often a casualty of Tom's irresponsibility. Many of the Keatons' friends and colleagues try to be there for Tom in any way they can, including Miriam, a therapist who is more a friend of a friend. Tom may have to go through much pain ... Written by Huggo

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Taglines:

Don't Go So Far Out That You Can't Find Your Way Back

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Drama | Romance

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Language:

English

Release Date:

17 November 2011 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

O antras pou kaigetai See more »

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AUD 9,000,000 (estimated)
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Miriam: -Be careful that you don't go so far out that you can't find your way back.
Tom: -What if I don't want to get back?
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bright spark gets pants on fire.
10 November 2011 | by ptb-8See all my reviews

BURNING MAN is possibly the shiniest wildest and most dazzling new Australian film this year. Absolutely modern in tone and emphatically heartless this is the jigsaw-puzzle depiction of one very confident handsome man imploding and emotionally fracturing. I could suggest it is emotional Inception requiring 2 viewings to slot it all together. However you might not want to because, as gorgeous a leading man as he is, and as sexually magnetic as every woman he meets finds him, and as slick as the film making clearly is, he is not a very nice person for 108 of the 109 minutes on screen. BURNING MAN is a heterosexual version of Matthew Goode's own recent film A SINGLE MAN which won an Oscar last year for someone else. Set in Bondi Sydney this chef with a lonely egg beater and a bewildered son gets mangled in a car crash to jiggle himself through his life flashing by long enough for us to know he actually fell in love (hence kid) ... perfect performances, confusing casing and in need of an edit, BURNING MAN is terrific and annoying all at once. Great film making and aggravatingly modern. Imagine Jamie Oliver played by Tom Hardy. Hump on the hotplate, anyone? wanna watch? All that and more.... then there's the wanking scene.....


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