Fred Schepisi

DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Veteran Australian director Fred Schepisi follows up his deliciously caustic – and criminally under-valued – 2011 romp The Eye of the Storm with this likeable but lacking romantic comedy-drama. likeable but lacking
Lust, lies and envy laid bare in adaptation of Patrick White’s novel.
MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL: Cruelty, avarice, jealousy, deception, insecurity and lust"¦ all those vices and more are nakedly revealed in The Eye of the Storm, director Fred Schepisi’s handsome adaptation of the Patrick White novel...
I can\'t imagine that anyone won\'t be profoundly moved by this film...
Three old men meet in an East London pub and drink a toast to their mate, Jack, Michael Caine, who\'s recent death they are mourning. The three are Ray, Bob Hoskins, a racetrack gambler; Vic, Tom Courtenay, an undertaker; and Lenny, David...
It\'s not a wildly dramatic film but it has its moments, some of them very moving.
Michael Douglas has been looking for a project in which he could star with his father Kirk, particularly after Kirk suffered a stroke. The screenplay by young Jesse Wigutow, It Runs In the Family seemed to be the perfect answer.