Look Both Ways

Look Both Ways


Four people struggle after hearing some life-changing news in this ensemble drama that won writer-director Sarah Watt the Discovery Award at Toronto.... More

As the weekend looms, three troubled people are faced with potentially life-changing events. After her father's death, Meryl (Justine Clarke, Danny Deckchair) is forced to cut her bereavement short to focus on a deadline for work. Nick (William McInnes, Unfinished Sky), a reporter, awaits his cancer test results while his photographer Andy (Anthony Hayes, War Machine) is preoccupied with his girlfriend's unplanned pregnancy. When a train crashes near Meryl, Nick and Andy interview her - sparking a romance between Nick and the grieving woman.Hide

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  • BBC

    Lapses in judgement occasionally jar - like the habit of playing middle of the road ballads over key scenes - but the central romance is touching enough to lock us in while bringing out the moral of this story. Full Review

  • I watched the movie in a kind of fascination. It is poetic and unforgiving, romantic and stark. Full Review

  • A dreamy but tough ensemble indie that delivers its existential angst with a straight-up Aussie drawl. Full Review

  • Sarah Watt's film follows a group of disparate and desperate characters over the course of one of the most depressing weekends in movie history. Full Review

  • While [director Sarah] Watt begins to offer an interesting study in paranoia, tinged with some good comic moments, her multi-stranded plot and last-minute recourse to romance ultimately lost the interest of this viewer. Full Review

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