Entertaining, small budget, Australian produced Comedy
Take time to allow this feature to develop it's characters and you will become enthusiastic about this happy tale of conflicting cultures in modern day Sydney Australia. Once you have done this you will find yourself rooting for the two main characters of this piece.
The leads are very good in their portrayals of young first generation Australians from different religious backgrounds. Both have adjusted to their lives in modern Australian society whilst respecting their families cultures. This is at opposites to their families who may remain closer to the cultures of the 'old countries '. I say 'may' as their are a few surprises in this regard.
Supporting cast are also very good. Their faces are well known to Australian viewers from their extensive portfolio's in many many local productions of the past decades.
No one character steals this movie. No matter how large or small the character may be, each contributes to the overall success of this tale of 'Love conquers All in the End '.
The camera makes good use of light and openness, confined and darkened spaces, to help create the prevailing mood at various times during the production.
The director has brought out splendid performances from all characters.
Watch this movie through and you will be left with a good feeling inside. In fact, you'll want to see it again. I thoroughly recommend this feature to all.
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