Who We Are Now
Beth (Nicholson) has served time in prison for manslaughter and now wants to rebuild her life and regain custody of her son. Newton coaxes strong performances from his cast but the story is a little underdeveloped, which creates emotional distance; still, it’s punchy and naturalistic.
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Who We Are Now26 Jun 2018
EIFF 2018: Julianne Nicholson is on fine form in this tough rehabilitation drama
Who We Are Now is a tough, well-acted drama from Australian writer-director Matthew Newton. Also known as an actor, Newton has a chequered past that's been widely reported in his home country. It's tempting to imagine why this story of legal and…
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