Strange Colours

Strange Colours


A young woman journeys to a remote town to see her estranged father in this Australian drama that made its debut at the Venice Film Festival.... More

"When Milena arrives to visit her sick dad Max it’s not just the physical terrain that’s unwelcoming. It’s been a long time since they’ve spoken and cranky old Max is in no mood for meaningful dialogue. As daylight fades, Milena meets Max’s mates, many of whom stopped by “for a few days” half a lifetime ago. The exception is Frank, a young miner Milena is drawn toward. Milena’s excursion into this strange world is a strikingly photographed and richly textured meditation on the human need to belong...somewhere." (Sydney Film Festival)Hide

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  • Instead of making big statements or pretending she has opened a window to peer inside the human condition, Lodkina’s approach is modest, resolving to listen and contemplate. Full Review

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