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A Month of Sundays (2015)

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Miserable real estate agent Frank, whose business is failing and his relationship with his family is at an all-time low, meets by chance Sarah, a nice woman who reminds him of his mother. Their friendship starts healing him emotionally.


Matthew Saville


Matthew Saville
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Anthony LaPaglia ... Frank Mollard
Julia Blake ... Sarah
Justine Clarke ... Wendy McKinnon
John Clarke ... Phillip Lang
Donal Forde Donal Forde ... Damien
Patrick Graham ... Adam Tregonning
Wayne Anthoney Wayne Anthoney ... Noel Lang
Henry Nixon ... Kyle Holland
Kylie Trounson Kylie Trounson ... Dr. Kylie Elliot
Indiana Crowther ... Frank Junior
Terence Crawford ... Stuart
Phil Harris Phil Harris ... Auctioneer
Kylie Thornley Kylie Thornley ... Julie Tregonning
Jake Thornley Jake Thornley ... Ben Tregonning
Nick Batzias Nick Batzias ... Greek at Auction


Real estate agent Frank Mollard (Anthony LaPaglia) won't admit it, but he can't move on. Divorced but still attached, he can't sell a house in a property boom and much less connect with his teenage son. One night Frank gets a phone call from his mother. Nothing out of the ordinary apart from the fact that she died a year ago! Written by David Bryson

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Everyone deserves a second chance. See more »


Comedy | Drama

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for some language and thematic elements | See all certifications »

Did You Know?


This 2015 film was made and first released in the 40th Anniversary year of Sunday Too Far Away (1975) which is the classic 1975 cinema movie also from the South Australian Film Corporation (SAFC) and which also features the word "Sunday" in its title. See more »


Featured in A Sunday Too Far (2016) See more »


The Four Seasons
Written by Antonio Vivaldi
Heard in Phillip's car after the auction (and also heard on 'Phillip Lang Promo')
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Unexpected chaine reaction
27 January 2019 | by mmunierSee all my reviews

At random from the tv guide we record movies sometimes because an actor we know is quoted, the title inspires or simply because the abstract makes us curious. Why "A month of Sundays" I'd say A Lapaglia, and John Clarke did it! I had to check google for the title's meaning. I was quite satisfied in relation to this movie where one given suggestion was " a long dreary time since games and other kinds of amusement used to be forbidden on Sunday" Enjoyment is not necessarily about fun. (again words don't do it here if we don't all agree about their value) I'm trying to say I really enjoy this movie even if it was little fun. Perhaps "appreciate" would be a better choice. But I watched AMOS intently and did not mind the slow pace at all. Unlike watching 18 hrs of Indian Pacific train from Perth to Sydney! With the film, I became part of it anticipating the next development. I wish I had the writing skill of the CineMuseFilms review here as it expresses so much what I felt and know about what it's portrayed. I felt it was not far fetch as coincidences do exist and can develop into something else where there is a vacuum waiting to be filled. I'm not an Aussie block but do know some that do fit this profile too! As always I don't give rating But I did "appreciate" this effort very much

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Release Date:

14 July 2016 (New Zealand) See more »

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2.35 : 1
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