Aug 8, 2009

REVIEW: Romulus, My Father

Romulus and Raimond are father and son in the harsh, remote farmland of Rural Victoria. As immigrants, life is hard, but with the inclusion of a hectic and troubled wife and mother, Christina, the paternal bond is pushed.

A lovely Australian film by first time film director Richard Roxburgh. Some good features too.

Can the nastiest bastard cop from Blue Murder treat such a tender film like Romulus, My Father, gently? Ch-ch-check it out here.
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