Look Both Ways

2005, Drama/Comedy, 1h 40m

58 Reviews 5,000+ Ratings

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With animated sequences adding imaginative quirkiness to the mix, this movie about death and disaster is insightful, empathic, and more uplifting than one would think. Read critic reviews

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As the weekend looms, three troubled people are faced with potentially life-changing events. After her father's death, Meryl (Justine Clarke) is forced to cut her bereavement short to focus on a deadline for work. Nick (William McInnes), a reporter, awaits his cancer test results while his photographer Andy (Anthony Hayes) is preoccupied with his girlfriend's unplanned pregnancy. When a train crashed near Meryl, Nick and Andy interview her sparking a romance between Nick and the grieving woman.

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