Look Both Ways Movie Review 2005

Information and Film Reviews for Look Both Ways the Movie

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In Watt's first feature-length film, she examines our fears of dying and death. Artist Meryl (Clarke) is constantly imagining disasters (depicted in animated sequences), but then she witnesses a real tragedy--a man getting killed by a train. Local photographer Nick (McInnes), who's just been told he has cancer, takes a picture of the man's anguished widow, which is printed on the newspaper's front page along with reporter Andy's (Hayes) somewhat brutal story. Nick and Meryl make a tentative connection while struggling with fear, loneliness, hope, and forgiveness. The secondary characters and their problems (including an unplanned pregnancy) are a distraction but the film's overall quirkiness tends to work well.

Distribution

Kino International, 333 W. 39th St., Ste. 503, New York, NY 10018, Phone: (212)629-6880, Toll-free: 800-562-3330, Fax: (212)714-0871, Email: contact@kino.com, URL: http://www.kino.com

Available on DVD
Running time 100 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Diseases, Pregnancy, Death, Art & Artists
Screenplay
Sarah Watt
Cast
Justine Clarke, Anthony Hayes, Andrew S. Gilbert, Daniela Farinacci, William McInnes, Lisa Flanagan, Maggie Dence, Sacha Horler, Edwin Hodgeman
Cinematography
Ray Argall
Director
Sarah Watt
Music
Amanda Brown
Other
Toivo Lember, Denise Haratzis, Simian McCutcheon, Edie Kurzer, Rita Zanchetta
Producer
Bridget Ikin, Film Finance Corp, Hibiscus Films, South Australian Film Corporation, Film Victoria, SBD Independent, Dendy Films, Footprint Films

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