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Andrew Walsh and Roberto Chuter dive into ‘How Deep is the Ocean’

Andrew Walsh rehearsing a scene with Will Weatheritt.

Producer Roberto Chuter and writer-director Andrew Walsh are preparing to shoot How Deep is the Ocean, a tragicomic feature about a troubled young woman who is purified by the ocean.

Due to shoot in Melbourne in April and budgeted at about $1 million, the film will star Will Weatheritt, Ryan Bown and Richard Aspel.

The role of the protagonist Eleanor, a mysterious young woman who arrives in Melbourne with the clothes on her back, little money and a past she’d rather forget, will be cast in the next few weeks.

Living in a broken-down boarding house on the outskirts of the city, she works in a series of dead-end jobs.

Weatheritt, whose credits include James Pentecost’s crime comedy Broken Contract, True Story with Hamish & Andy and Utopia, plays Matt, a hopeless romantic and sensitive soul.

After crossing paths with the impulsive and naïve Eleanor,

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