Ralph shows Elspeth how to switch between the Sydney webcam and the Hobart webcam. However, Elspeth does not live in Hobart, she lives in a town called Stanley. The reference to Hobart is most likely there to make it easier for non-Australian viewers. See more »
What a great movie. I'm still singing the songs and I'm recommending it to all my friends. Goddess is funny, heartwarming and a pleasure to watch. The choice of the director (Mark Lamprell) to cast Laura Michelle Kelly and Ronan Keating as a young UK family transported into a new community in a new country is inspired. They simply "click" on screen and exude warmth. The director's choice of Magda is equally inspired. She is nothing short of a knockout.
The musical numbers are very catchy and expertly choreographed. This is the movie Australians have been asking for for years. All too often critics have complained that Australian movies take themselves far too seriously. Not so Goddess. No bleak navel gazing happening here. Goddess is quirky and fun from beginning to end.
Give yourselves a treat over the Easter break. Go and see Goddess and have great time.
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