Jonathan Teplitzky’s bracing exploration of grief was alternately devastating and life-affirming, a cathartic masterwork that boasted some of the year’s best performances, particularly Matthew Goode as a chef in mourning and Kate Beahan as a compassionate sex worker. It also had, in its shambolic school concert, the best, most determinedly “Australian” spin on the Hollywood ending of the year – a scene the makers of Crazy, Stupid, Love should be forced to watch on repeat.

Source: The Vine

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