Breeding in Captivity 

Sometimes the loneliest place in the world is in bed next to the person you love.

Director:

Lucien Simon

Writers:

Grant Cartwright (deviser), Emily Coatman (deviser) | 7 more credits »

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Status: Post-production | See complete list of  »
Updated: 13 January 2013
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Cast

Credited cast:
Kym Jackson ... Alice
Christopher Brown Christopher Brown ... Owen
Sara Cooper Sara Cooper ... Edie
Benjamin Winspear Benjamin Winspear ... Andrew
Matthew Stolp Matthew Stolp ... Henry (as Matt Stolp)
Ryan Cantwell Ryan Cantwell ... Eli
Rachael Williams Rachael Williams ... Ruby
Genna Chanelle Hayes ... Kathy (as Genna Hayes)
Danny Zivaljevic Danny Zivaljevic ... Phil
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Georgia Kelly ... Anna
Connor Carthy Connor Carthy ... Extra
Emily Coatman Emily Coatman ... Extra
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Storyline

Owen and Alice Hargreaves never forget they are married, but sometimes forget they are in love. Routine and responsibility, stalled careers and school fees, zumba and missionary sex have slowly beaten them into a caged submission and they are now both on the edge. In the wake of a neighbourhood tragedy Owen hits the road for what should be a routine work trip, leaving Alice at home to deal with the aftermath of what took place and the strangers who have moved in next door. Catapulted out of each others orbit and into a world of hedonism and depravity, the couple will be forced to confront the other and face the realisation that outside the cage what seemed like freedom may be their demise. Breeding In Captivity is a film that challenges the traditional ideals of romantic relationships by questioning what it is that we really want. Written by Nathan Spencer and Lucien Simon

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Taglines:

Sometimes the loneliest place in the world is in bed next to the person you love.

Genres:

Drama

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Details

Official Sites:

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Tasmania, Australia

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Box Office

Budget:

AUD 700,000 (estimated)
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Company Credits

Production Co:

Mast Films,Screen Tasmania See more »
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Technical Specs

Color:

Color (HD)
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Soundtracks

Freak E Love
Written by Juanita Gwen Timpanaro & Maurice Golotta
Performed by The Stripperz
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