Sleeping Beauty (2011)

Sleeping Beauty
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Strong sexual themes, nudity and coarse language

Director: Julia Leigh
Actors: Emily Browning, Rachael Blake, Ewan Leslie

Julia Leigh - the award-winning Australian author of The Hunter and Disquiet - was mentored by Jane Campion on her filmmaking debut, an unsettling erotic fairytale selected for Official Competition at the Cannes Film Festival. Emily Browning is alabaster perfection as Lucy, a university student working numerous self-effacing jobs. She is socially isolated from her housemates and fellow students and spends her limited free time ministering to the peculiar desires of her morbidly depressed best friend Birdmann (Ewen Leslie). Her strong-willed drift towards oblivion is anchored only by a need for money and she signs up with an exclusive lingerie club run by the elegant Clara (Rachael Blake), whose controlling demeanor is both intoxicating and comforting. Like a heroine from a film by Marguerite Duras or Luis Buñuel (directors with whom Leigh shares an austere intellectualism and visual mannerism respectively), Lucy is a sexual and thinking being, neither innocent nor totally complicit. Mysterious and bewitching, her disruptive impulses derive from a mix of boredom and discontentedness and ultimately lead her into a dangerous, heady slumber from which, like the titular princess, she will be awakened.

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Status: QuickPick
Run time: 101mins
Origin: AUSTRALIA
Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Audio Formats: English Dolby Digital 5.1
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Run Time: 101mins
File Size (Approx): 0.9 GB
by Simon Miraudo,

I remember seeing a production of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days with my high school drama class. For those unfamiliar with the play, it features a woman trapped in a mound of dirt for two long acts; she rifles endlessly through her purse and cheerfully rambles on and exclaims at the audience about nothing in particular, except when a recurrent bell dings and reminds her to go to sleep. It’s not a fun watch. At intermission, we stepped out for a breather, and I bombarded my teacher with questions, so I could figure out the key to help me unlock the play’s secrets. “So, this is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, right? No… well, she’s gone crazy and buried herself in the desert then. Wait, I’ve got it, this is all a metaphor for divorce!” He explained to me that some things just are. That do...

I remember seeing a production of Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days with my high school drama class. For those unfamiliar with the play, it features a woman trapped in a mound of dirt for two long acts; she rifles endlessly through her purse and cheerfully rambles on and exclaims at the audience about nothing in particular, except when a recurrent bell dings and reminds her to go to sleep. It’s not a fun watch. At intermission, we stepped out for a breather, and I bombarded my teacher with questions, so I could figure out the key to help me unlock the play’s secrets. “So, this is set in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, right? No… well, she’s gone crazy and buried herself in the desert then. Wait, I’ve got it, this is all a metaphor for divorce!” He explained to me that some things just are. That doesn’t mean they’re superficial however. Some art exists to be impenetrable, not so it can hide a secret meaning from the audience, but just to push their buttons. The same can be said for Salvador Dali and Luis Buñuel’s famously surreal short film Un Chien Andalou; a collection of horrifying, inexplicable images purposefully selected by the duo to keep audiences from being able to explicitly say ‘what it’s all about’. But just because something has no outright meaning, doesn’t mean we can’t experience it in a meaningful way.

Australian novelist Julia Leigh makes her directorial debut with Sleeping Beauty, a challenging film that skirts the line between meaningful and superficial. Emily Browning stars as Lucy, a young university student struggling to make ends meet. She works days in an office, afternoons at a restaurant and nights as a prostitute (subjecting herself to scientific experiments for cash in her free time). Still, she can’t quite afford to pay the rent, even after she accepts another job, this one even more ethically confronting than her late-night money-making scheme. Answering an ad in the uni paper, she meets the refined Clara (Rachael Blake), who inspects her body for blemishes, and explains to her the requirements of the position in a frustratingly vague manner. These are the basics: she will be a silver service waitress for a variety of old people at a seemingly Eyes Wide Shut/Salo inspired dinner party. Dressed in lingerie, she is first ignored by the guests, and then abused. But the cash is good, so she asks Clara for more shifts. Lucy is eventually offered a “promotion”, and is asked to take a sleeping tablet and allow her unconscious body to become the plaything of Clara’s perverted clients (although, they’re reminded that “penetration” is strictly out of bounds). The cash for this job is even better…

Leigh really wants to keep the audience at an arm’s length from Lucy. The camera is locked off for much of the film, rarely moving. Close ups are sparse. Important information is never revealed. The distance becomes maddening, and at only 90 minutes, the film feels like an exhausting exercise. Browning is phenomenal in her bold, occasionally confounding, oft-nude role. She is subjected to some truly traumatic, uncomfortable, unthinkable acts (not just her character, but physically Browning). There is a pivotal scene in which Lucy pulls out a $100 note from Clara’s first pay - $100 she needs desperately – and lights it on fire. Why does she do it? She does it because it’s true to her character. I’d be lying if I said I understood who that character was. All I know is that burning the money seems like something she would do, and Browning convinces us that Lucy has at least some idea why she is doing it.  Blake gives Clara some required emotional depth; she is relied on to deliver only exposition, and thus must create a character with her glances and posture.  The rest of the actors struggle with Leigh’s stilted dialogue, including Peter Carroll, Lucy’s first “suitor”, who delivers a lengthy and completely incomprehensible monologue in the middle of proceedings. (Side note: was Carroll specifically cast because he looks so much like Michael Haneke, considering Haneke's influence can be felt deeply here?)

The film is beautiful in the way a black canvass is beautiful. It has been untarnished. It’s not that risks haven’t been taken in the creation of this film – they absolutely have – but the audience is forced to do the heavy lifting. What you take away from the movie is really up to you. The enigmatic ending is only enigmatic if you choose to not give it meaning. I've tried to do so, but every time I try to put it into words, my interpretation evaporates into the ether, and no longer means a thing. Unlike with Happy Days, or Un Chien Andalou, or the films of Michael Haneke before it, Sleeping Beauty has not left me pondering its puzzle passionately enough. The film is pretty, but ultimately impenetrable to a fault.

2.5/5

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Member Reviews (79)

Ted
says
Slow and boring. What a waste of celluloid as hey use to say.
Posted Thursday, 11 April 2013 See my other reviews
Terry.
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Very demanding role for Emily Browning. Confronting in it's emotions.
Posted Wednesday, 27 February 2013 See my other reviews
GOOD AUSSIE FILM
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Intriguing plot, original story, reminded me of the last Kubrick's film "Eyes Wide shut", arguably this film is even better than Kubrick's last film! Well done Aussie film, not for everybody although, adult viewing only.
Posted Saturday, 16 February 2013 See my other reviews
Hayles
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Are you Serious! I dont usually read reviews before watching movies. Sure wish I did this time. DISTURBING BIG TIME. No story at all. Very Poor!
Posted Thursday, 14 February 2013 See my other reviews
Angus
says
An interesting film that certainly won't appeal to everyone. Browning's performance is terrific, but you need to be in the mood for something occasionally confronting and pretty slowly paced. Takes a while to get a deeper insight into the character. Very amusing reading some people's reviews.
Posted Monday, 14 January 2013 See my other reviews
darthdorian
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This has got to be one of the best australian films to be made in a long, long time. problem with aussie movies is to detailed to get into at this time. great acting. i hope emily moves to america, before she becomes a reality/cooking/gardening/holiday host or staring in the latest underbelly cause she'll do a nude scene. the best aussie movie in a long time still only gets 3 stars. (says how bad the others are.)
Posted Tuesday, 1 January 2013 See my other reviews
Felicity
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This was very unsettling and disturbing.
Posted Tuesday, 18 December 2012 See my other reviews
ab
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i think this movie had potential to be seriously very disturbing, but unfortunately fell short. obviously, i didn't pick this hoping for a 'fairytale' or an 'erotic fairytale' like some of the other mainstreamers on the comments here, but i did expect something a little more intellectually provoking. firstly, the plot seems to be based on a flimsy idea so there's a bit of randomness about the main character's actions and persuasions. secondly, there's a lot of disconnect with the 'boyfriend' character, no background or context. thirdly, the ending could have been something much more powerful, ripping, raw, but seemed a bit wimpy. for those enjoying a bit of the dark side, i would even recommend some great European or Japanese films, but this one is missable
Posted Wednesday, 3 October 2012 See my other reviews
A strange and disturbing film. I dont like films without proper endings either. The Emily Browning character was unlikable and distant. Stuck it out to the end but not sure why I bothered.
Posted Thursday, 27 September 2012 See my other reviews
Movie that is somewhat disturbing . It touches on taboo subjects and makes you wonder if it is pure fiction or if such arrangements actually exist in reality.
Posted Friday, 31 August 2012 See my other reviews
GusClaire
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Sophisticated, unpretentious, thought-provoking, moving, original. We were challenged and entralled by this intelligent and original film. If you are thoughtful, curious rather than prejudiced on social and sexual matters you will enjoy this film. An excellent mature Australian film.
Posted Tuesday, 14 August 2012 See my other reviews
2 stars because I was in this movie and the Lead did a brilliant Job of playing dead/Unconscious, the movie itself is very artsy, lots of full frontal nudity from her and other cast members, but very obscure so wont appeal to many people. Shot very well and again, she was magnificent in her breakdown scenes and playing a completely lifeless body It full marks to her for that
Posted Saturday, 28 July 2012 See my other reviews
Kellie
says
what the!
Posted Monday, 23 July 2012 See my other reviews
garrett
says
Strange movie - watchable ,but certainly not for everyone - adults only
Posted Thursday, 19 July 2012 See my other reviews
Nigel W
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A vague female student drifts into a kinky gentleman’s club scene to make ends meet with strange results. Silly movie that tries to be more profound than it actually is. The twist at the end doesn’t really come as a surprise. 3.5 stars
Posted Wednesday, 27 June 2012 See my other reviews
mw
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I didnt like this movie at all
Posted Tuesday, 26 June 2012 See my other reviews
p brewster
says
totally repulsive film which had nothing but that. Bad choice wasn't it?
Posted Thursday, 21 June 2012 See my other reviews
Annie S
says
Well it is a movie that you will either enjoy or detest but which ever way you come out of the experience, you won't have been bored. And this movie IS an experience. A journey into a girl's dramatic lifestyle and a journey into an alternative movie making style, one which I enjoyed (proud to be Australian with our artistic craft in movie making) and one which lingered with me in order to somehow try to grasp its art, albeit a little scruffy around the edges.
Posted Tuesday, 19 June 2012 See my other reviews
Sally
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This was possibly one of the worst movies e-v-e-r ... dull, boring, monotonous ... sexually themed (got the kids out of the room FAST) .. not the sleeping beauty we thought it would be !! Its synopsis makes it sound interesting (ADULT ONLY) but its not.
Posted Thursday, 14 June 2012 See my other reviews
david simon
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Arty rubbish, one star for the fact that the very attractive Emily Browning is naked a lot of the time but apart from that.....a waste of time!
Posted Monday, 11 June 2012 See my other reviews
Shep
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Strange. I really don't know what else to say. Except if there are services out there for the 'richer older folk' then, um ok.... It's an eye opener.
Posted Saturday, 9 June 2012 See my other reviews
Joella
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I was excited to see another Australian Film. However, about half way through it was progressing too slowly. I got bored and wanted to turn it off. Might as well have as there was nothing particualrly fantastic to be missed. A lot of useless scenes and quiet background. Could've been better.
Posted Friday, 1 June 2012 See my other reviews
Susan
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This was too art house, too bad and should come with a warning or a money back guarantee. Life is to short.
Posted Saturday, 26 May 2012 See my other reviews
Mel
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Well that was an hour and a half of my life I will never get back... Take my advice and pull your fingernails out one by one instead, it would be much more enjoyable! If I could give less stars I would!!!
Posted Friday, 25 May 2012 See my other reviews
Rachel
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I really didn't get this movie. I quite like the arty movies but this was just mind-numbingly boring. I found that the story left gapin holes and in some parts was quite unbelievable and implausible. How does someone who works three jobs (one as a prostitute) still not be able to afford rent in a share house, when she doesn't drive a porsche or anything like that. The end was abrupt. It is 100 minutes of my life I will never get back.
Posted Friday, 18 May 2012 See my other reviews
nic
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no story no plot a few gratuitious nipples = rubbish
Posted Wednesday, 16 May 2012 See my other reviews
deb
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not my up of tea, had the potential to be a lot better
Posted Wednesday, 9 May 2012 See my other reviews
Disgusted
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THIS IS NOT A FAIRYTALE!! Do not rent this movie if you are expecting a fairytale or even a modern take on one. I'm not sure how this movie made it past the censors with only an MA15 rating as it's bordering on porn. If your idea of entertainment is seeing an unconscious naked teenage girl being physically and sexually abused by wrinkly old men then this is the movie for you! I cannot believe that with all the Australian acting talent present in this movie, they chose to make such an abhorrent depiction of the subject. This movie simply feeds those in society who find this sort of behaviour gratifying. I am so glad my DVD Player wouldn't work when I sat down with my family to watch this movie. It was pure luck that I tried playing it on my PC and previewed the content. It made me sick, and that's only the bits I saw as I fast forwarded through, looking for some reprieve from the disgusting depiction of this story. I was very happy to seal it back into the reply paid envelope and return to Quickflix.
Posted Sunday, 6 May 2012 See my other reviews
CATHERINE
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Started well, dwindled as it went on, underwhelming twist at the end. I love a quirky flick but the oddness seemed too contrived in parts (vodka on cereal? Really???), and far too much nudity for it to come under the term 'erotic drama'. No mystery here! Raises some interesting questions, and then leaves many unsolved.
Posted Thursday, 3 May 2012 See my other reviews
Jennifer
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This was a wannabe artsy film. While Brown is stunning, there is barely any dialogue and the movie consists almost entirely of her laying in bed with gross old men with tiny peckers. So boring and not much of a storyline.
Posted Thursday, 3 May 2012 See my other reviews
nathan
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Absolute rubbish!! LOL sorry.
Posted Tuesday, 1 May 2012 See my other reviews
Geoff Kelso
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Nearly fell asleep myself but for the mildly titillating eroticism, which means that whatever message about sexuality Julia Leigh was trying to get across didn't travel very far into my antediluvian male brain. Nicely shot, Emily Browning is very attractive and it was good to see some old faces on the screen again - Peter Carroll, Hugh Keays-Burn. Not a break-through Aussie movie as some claim; in fact it's in a very old tradition of Australian thrillers that aren't actually thrilling..
Posted Saturday, 28 April 2012 See my other reviews
Mehtap
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I didn't enjoy this movie at all. It was quite an empty movie and the plot was very weak. It was a waste of time!
Posted Friday, 27 April 2012 See my other reviews
shellyd
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Waste of time, a pointless movie, could not get into it.
Posted Wednesday, 25 April 2012 See my other reviews
Pfurball
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This was a twisted movie I couldn't get into. Watched for 15 mins tghen gave up. Good for a perv on barely dressed females but seemed to be about females being submissive.Odd.
Posted Wednesday, 18 April 2012 See my other reviews
RKB
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Intriguing. Thought provoking. Unnerving at times. Highly recommended.
Posted Saturday, 14 April 2012 See my other reviews
Linda
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Didnt really get it
Posted Friday, 13 April 2012 See my other reviews
Emma R
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This movie is not for your average, mainstream movie watcher (as can be seen from the comments). However, for those who like it a bit "dark" and "distriburbing" and definitely a touch of Arty/Foreign, this one is great. I loved it! I am from a European background, so maybe I am more used to/tolerant to this type of movie. Not sure it would suit most Aussies (my husband couldn't get into it) . It reminded me of "Eyes wide shut" or "Story of the O". I didn't think it was boring or slow - it kept me interested all the way through. Great acting, beautiful shot. Well done to the Director/Actors for making such a deep/profound movie. Very brave for the Aussie movie landscape. I read that it got a standing ovation at Cannes and was the darling of many film festivals. But, it is definitely not for everyone!
Posted Monday, 2 April 2012 See my other reviews
Peter
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God it can't be very hard to get a movie in the Cannes festival.....but this movie is complete rubbish. I couldn't even get the the end!!!!!
Posted Thursday, 22 March 2012 See my other reviews
J.Grantham
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AWFULL, pointless and demeaning
Posted Wednesday, 21 March 2012 See my other reviews
Vivyen
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NOT A GO SEE Movie..worse one iv seen made in Australia, come on you can do better than that.
Posted Monday, 19 March 2012 See my other reviews
barryct
says
Not my cup of tea!
Posted Tuesday, 13 March 2012 See my other reviews
Boomerangirl
says
A strange, occasionally repulsive, and yet beautifully made film about sex, money, power, and the exploitation of women. Emily Browning has real guts, but the male performances are also strong -- especially in the intimate moments behind closed doors. Overall the film has a cold, sad, depressing feel but still I couldn't turn away from it. Vaguely reminiscent of Eyes Wide Shut only without Tom Cruise which I thought was a considerable improvement.
Posted Monday, 12 March 2012 See my other reviews
Kowal
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Not a bad study of the seedy underbelly of sex amongst the disgustingy wealthy (but morally poor) men of Australia.
Posted Sunday, 4 March 2012 See my other reviews
Robin
says
Ok. Saw similarities to 'Eyes Wide Shut'.
Posted Thursday, 23 February 2012 See my other reviews
Belinda
says
Interesting movie. Not what I thought but we liked it quite a lot.
Posted Tuesday, 21 February 2012 See my other reviews
dan
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srange movie,but watchable
Posted Tuesday, 21 February 2012 See my other reviews
Janice
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strange but riveting. made me cringe . Wonderful acting by the main actress , Deserves an accolade
Posted Saturday, 18 February 2012 See my other reviews
Steve M
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A wierd and painful movie to watch ! ;-(
Posted Wednesday, 15 February 2012 See my other reviews
Alison
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This was the weirdest movie I have ever seen. Still don't understand alot of it.
Posted Wednesday, 15 February 2012 See my other reviews
Elmarie
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I am disappointed with this moving.
Posted Wednesday, 1 February 2012 See my other reviews
Angela
says
A slow but intricate Australian movie which kept me entertained by the melachony undertone of one trying to survive around so much ruin in their personal life.
Posted Thursday, 26 January 2012 See my other reviews
kazz
says
weird movie. A bit full on and never really saw the point of it.
Posted Wednesday, 25 January 2012 See my other reviews
Jack
says
Strange, but compelling. Worth Seeing.
Posted Sunday, 22 January 2012 See my other reviews
Chris
says
Too slow
Posted Friday, 20 January 2012 See my other reviews
krissy
says
terrible pointlees waste of time
Posted Thursday, 19 January 2012 See my other reviews
sjl
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Wooden acting, doubtful premise, confusion about where it's going.
Posted Saturday, 14 January 2012 See my other reviews
Ange :D
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Emily Browning is amazing but as far as the movie goes....what a shocker. Do yourself a favour and pick something else!!
Posted Saturday, 14 January 2012 See my other reviews
kat
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If I'm being nice, I would describe this movie as.... DISTURBING. However, in honest truth, it is sick, twisted and perverse. If you are a fan of necrophilia or abusing sleeping girls, then enjoy this film. However, for everyone else - AVOID IT LIKE THE PLAGUE.
Posted Friday, 13 January 2012 See my other reviews
Meera
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A remarkably brave film which I found deep and profound. If I'm honest, I think there's something of all women in Lucy and something of all men in the clients at the 'brothel'. It seems to me to be a dream like landscape containing some pretty deep issues between men and women. I thought it a beautiful, provocative film of great depth.
Posted Tuesday, 10 January 2012 See my other reviews
jess
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terrible terrible movie dont bother.
Posted Sunday, 8 January 2012 See my other reviews
Anonymous
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Amazing how Australian Tax Dollars at work can produce crap like this. Pathetic story line, designed to "shock and awe" as an excuse to be "artisitc" or appeal to the artistic nature. Too little charecter depth and growth and a story line that goes absolutely nowhere and seemingly without purpose. Pity you can not rate it zero. No wonder Screen Australia has financial problems...
Posted Sunday, 1 January 2012 See my other reviews
G Ross
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A strange film - so now I know what uni students do to earn a few dollars. A bit disjointed & hard to get into. I was left wondering why she setup the video camera towards the end & did she tape the whole performance ? Acting - I didn't think there was much but Emily was pleasant to look at.
Posted Wednesday, 28 December 2011 See my other reviews
Andrew
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You can almost picture all the arty types associated with this movie slapping themselves on the back for a job well done - thinking they have produced something provocative and contoversial. Well, it's not. In fact, it's dead boring. It's a waste of time. The only positive I got out of it was seeing Ewan Leslie (star of the Melbourne Theatre Company's Richard the 3rd in it as Birdman, but even his role made no sense. Don't bother.
Posted Tuesday, 27 December 2011 See my other reviews
Ross
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Love Emily Browning but this is the worst movie I have ever seen
Posted Sunday, 25 December 2011 See my other reviews
lana
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I think this movie had some interesting concepts such as depression, self and money but it didn't deliver it could have been a lot better. Emily Browning did a great job though considering
Posted Wednesday, 21 December 2011 See my other reviews
Lyn
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This was the worst movie I can ever remember seeing. I thought it was going to to be a fantasy movie. I obviously did not read the info on it correctly. Could not watch it all the way though. I turned it off after the first dinner scene.
Posted Tuesday, 20 December 2011 See my other reviews
Jack
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This was one of the worst movies I've ever seen in my life. Do not pick this one.
Posted Saturday, 17 December 2011 See my other reviews
ken
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couldn't get into it
Posted Friday, 16 December 2011 See my other reviews
gerd
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A profoundly strange movie, albeit quite intriguing and bizarre. At some levels it is quite believable, if weird. The biggest problem with the film is that the majority of scenes are never properly put in context, or too short to understand what happened, or never followed up, leaving the viewer in a daze of non-comprehension. At least there is no language problem; it's all in very normal Australian.
Posted Wednesday, 14 December 2011 See my other reviews
Azzardleigh
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Interesting film that wasn't really about sex or power, but seemed to be about death of self. This story portrays a young woman drowning in her life- being dragged down by her mother, friend and herself. Even though it had alot of sexual content, this film was not sexual at all, but explored themes of discontent, ageing and self-destruction. Browning is excellent, but this film has been reviewed as disjointed and confusing. It is. It should have been very powerful however, it didn't quite follow through to a powerful ending. Shame.
Posted Wednesday, 14 December 2011 See my other reviews
dannielle
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i love emily browning but this movie made me go what the fork! and whats up with the ending i didnt get it.
Posted Thursday, 8 December 2011 See my other reviews
Anita L.
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This movies tries to be arty, erotic and almost European (I almost expected to see the subtitles). Interesting choice of role for someone who has been in Lemony Snicket and Sucker Punch. I didn't like this from about 10 minutes in, but forced myself to watch the rest.
Posted Thursday, 8 December 2011 See my other reviews
Chas
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This movie is a complete waste of time.
Posted Wednesday, 7 December 2011 See my other reviews
Steve
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This film is trying to be an intelligent artistic piece similar to what has come out of European cinema, but is neither intelligent nor artistic. Instead, it is disjointed, soulless, boring, and all over the place. Nothing of interest happens, the 'graphic and disturbing' shots are neither graphic or disturbing, and the more 'bizarre' parts of the film come and go with no real context and no continuity. The monologue in the middle seems pointless, the sexual aggression shown by the men is unrealistic and laughable. It's as if the writer/director was at a loss as to what to put in these scenes. It could have been better if the film-makers were braver and less pretentious. Such a shame that poor Emily Browning had to go through all that and end up with a film that is nothing but pretentious, pseudo-intelligent, garbage.
Posted Friday, 2 December 2011 See my other reviews
Emily
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Wierd movie. Usually I like wierd movies but some of the 'Sleeping' scenes were just plain disturbing. The movie doesn't give a lot away so it makes your think about what your watching. Emily Browning is absolutely gorgeous in the movie and her acting is superb but I wouldn't recommend even bothering with it - the plot isn't worth your time.
Posted Friday, 2 December 2011 See my other reviews
Kate
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Totally disjointed, still wondering what it was about and what was the guy putting down her throat?
Posted Wednesday, 30 November 2011 See my other reviews
Cleopatra
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Pathetic, don't bother. Turned it off mid way.
Posted Monday, 28 November 2011 See my other reviews
kassidy
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i found this film extremely disturbing and very hard to watch, emily browning"s performance was fantastic though.
Posted Saturday, 26 November 2011 See my other reviews
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