Aaron Jeffery

A psychological drama that loses the plot.
Dean O’Flaherty’s Beautiful demonstrates boldness on the director’s part, to spin a pshychological drama out of the ordinariness of suburbia. It’s clear O’Flaherty loves movies and he throws in references to everything from Blue Velvet to...
A fantastic cast, snappy editing, and an intriguing sript make this a rewarding cinema experience.
After a somewhat unfortunate excursion to Hollywood, Bill Bennett is back on very top form with Kiss Or Kill, a tantalising, innovative thriller which unfolds on the Nullabor Plain. Al - Matt Day, and Nikki - Frances O'Connor - both of them...
A tantalisingly satisfying new Australian film experience.
Craig Monahan's first feature film as director, The Interview, not only opened the Melbourne Film Festival, it's been invited into competition at the Montreal Film Festival. This film, which quietly made its way into production, and into our...
Three women - three men, the two groups leading separate lives, all seeking or avoiding or lamenting romance... the three women are flatmates: Judy (Claudia Carven) is trying to avoid entanglements with older married men by focussing on a career,...