R | | Drama, Mystery
A writer, Ned Kendall, is asked to return to the family home by his sister Sally, to say goodbye to his father who is dying. The family home is in a very remote and isolated area. While ... See full summary »
Star Bryan Brown was initially skeptical about the movie. He said: "I was nervous about it, because it's enough to think about playing the character and get the movie produced, to think about 'oh are my kids okay', are they doing it well enough, are they feeling insecure about it, do they feel they have their own identity within, so you've got all those things going at all times too, but we've been going on it for about six weeks now together, well Rosie longer, and it's just...first of all it's strange, when I look out there and go, oh my god that's one of my daughters doing that or that's my other daughter doing that or that's my nephew, cos you only ever think of them as three year olds and they are not, they are fulfilling adult jobs and doing it well, and I guess it just gives you the opportunity to see them in an adult environment, and feel proud about it... even though they all find me annoying !!".
You want a cuppa?
Toni: Do you like being everyone's slave?... I'm sorry... You just do everything for everyone.
Sally Kendall: No, you're right. Tea's there. You can make it yourself.
Toni: I'm not saying you shouldn't... Don't you get sick of it, though?
Sally Kendall: Sick of what?