A fine but flawed attempt at male-skewed rom-com.
There’s something very limiting and unimaginative about the way romantic comedy has come to be seen as an essentially female sub-genre. Some of the most memorable rom-coms have been told from the male point of view – think of When Harry Met...
Paul Middleditch`s Terra Nova is an interesting Australian film, but also a rather frustrating one. It begins as Ruth, Jeanette Cronin, a New Zealand woman, snatches her daughter, Tuesday, Eloise Etherington, from the home of her parents and...
Three disaffected characters all dealing with their own grief meet by chance on the streets.
Former Kiwi director Paul Middleditch has firmly established himself in the Oz commercials and film scene. After the austere Terra Nova what is in store for us with A Cold Summer? Bobby, Teo Gebert and Tia, Olivia Pigeot, meet by accident one...