A beautiful, if detached tribute to a tormented artist.
Ever since he made Vincent, his marvellous film about Van Gogh, in 1987, Paul Cox has been determined to make a portrait of another great artist he admires, the Russian ballet dancer Vaslav Nijinsky.
A flawed but fascinating film
Father Damien, a Belgian missionary, played by David Wenham, arrived in the Hawaiian islands in the early 1870s and volunteered to work in the leper colony on Molokai. Ignoring the advice of his Bishop, Leo McKern, to keep his distance from the...
Paul Cox's least likeable project so far.
Writer/director Paul Cox is one of Australia's most prolific filmmakers. With movies such as Innocence, Man of Flowers and My First Wife, he's secured an international reputation. Human Touch, starring Chris Haywood, is Cox's 21st feature....