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Sex, religion, and morality are the key ingredients in this Australian comedy set in the 1930s. Rev. Anthony Campion (Hugh Grant) is a liberal, forward-thinking Anglican priest who is sent on an unusual assignment. Norman Lindsay (Sam Neill) is a popular and highly controversial artist whose paintings often feature voluptuous nude women; his latest major exhibition is to feature a work called The Crucified Venus, which depicts a naked female impaled on a cross. Outraged, the Anglican Bishop of
Aug 5, 1994 Wide
Apr 3, 2001
Rev. Anthony Campion
Portia de Rossi
Bishop of Sydney
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A class act. Great performances.
Its eroticism -- good-natured, harmlessly naughty -- arises from character and material.
Aussie helmer Duigan seems committed to sensualist cinema: as a follow-up to Wide Sargasso Sea and Flirting, this comedy of morals and manners centers on a repressed preacher (Hugh Grant)and sexually wild spirits set against spectacular vistas.
Dreary and pointless, even with all the supermodel nudity.
It's hard to hate any art house film involving a buck naked Elle MacPherson.
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