Director: Ann Turner
The ebb and flow of erotic desire makes for a summertime splash in this vibrant realisation by Ann Turner (Celm Dallas Doll). Inspired by a Jeffrey Smart painting, Turner's work starts out baking in the sun before it takes a cool dip beyond the sexual shoreline.
Kate's love for her brother's wife, and the ensuing feelings of guilt, lead her to an obsession with the supernatural. One follows her struggle towards self-awareness. ... More »
... ... If Ann Turner's Celia gave the mistaken impression that it examined the effects of a 1957 rabbit plague on a suburban Melbourne family, you would be forgiven for assuming Paris Trout's openin… More »
She came, she stayed, she conquered! ... This new feature from Melbourne-based filmmaker Ann Turner follows the sexual and professional conquests of the colourful Dallas Adair - American golf-pro wit… More »
A film of delightful nuance and characterisation. A housewife makes a shocking discovery about her husband. In search of guidance she rings a professional in the field of love a call girl who arrives… More »